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He may not speak with the gravitas of Obama, the grace of Clinton or the glow of Cameron but he did the right thing speaking without notes at this week’s Labour conference in Manchester.  Had he chosen to use notes or the autocue he may well have remembered to speak about tackling the issue of[…]

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elevator

I enjoy networking although I really don’t care too much for the elevators speeches: ‘Good morning, my name is John and I’m a partner at ABC, solicitors, accountants, event planners, social media specialists, fish mongers, etc. We are based in Richmond, have been in business for thirty years and not only offer excellent customer service[…]

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Public speaking anxiety is by far the greatest issue we are asked to help professionals with every week at Mindful Presenter. Several times in the last few weeks I have heard professional speakers and coaches claim that the reason they believe that people suffer from stage fright or public speaking anxiety is because they have[…]

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As the man behind search quality and search engine optimization in arguably the world’s most important internet company, some may envy his position. Few however, would covet the enormous and variable challenges he faces. Cutts was the keynote speaker at PubCon, the premier social media and optimization conference in 2013, and it’s easy to see[…]

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people networking

At Mindful Presenter the underlying sentiment that fuels our business and drives everyone who works here is our core belief and ethos that ‘Connecting is everything’; it’s on our website, business cards, and etched in hearts and minds too. When we’re not helping businesses connect with their people we are helping speakers and presenters from[…]

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After all, what’s the worst thing that can happen? People won’t throw knives at you or scratch your car; they are unlikely to storm out and nobody has ever actually died from forgetting their words. The reality is, whoever you are most people want to see you do well; nobody wants to see you squirm[…]

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