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Donald Trump

I often find it interesting that whichever aspect of life you may choose to focus on there is always an ‘exception to the rule’. When it comes to presenting and speaking in public many consider the number one rule to be the expression of passion. Every now and then a speaker raises his or her[…]

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happy-audience

Life itself is full of presentation tips when you take a moment to reflect. When I was a small boy my parents invested enormous energy trying hard to influence so much of my behaviour, beliefs, emotional development, character and even aspirations. As they worked on me at home, at school it seemed my teachers roles seem to[…]

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woman biting nails

Presentation skills are a major contributor to personal success in business today providing the platform to influence, persuade and even inspire others. The days when the need to present well were useful or important have are long gone;today it’s essential. If you haven’t experienced it yet I’m certain you will soon. Unfortunately despite its significance, presenting remains[…]

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Presenting your monthly or quarterly  update at your company meetings is  challenge for even the most confident and gifted speaker. Presentation updates are largely designed to keep everyone informed. It is that last Friday of each month that everyone sits in the same seat around the same table telling each other the same thing they say every month.[…]

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Authenticity has long been one of the most respected and sought after qualities in leadership, presenting and public speaking. We live in highly competitive world where for many our very self-esteem rests squarely on being liked, impressing people and an insatiable desire to look good. That’s why it’s so refreshing to hear someone speak who is[…]

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So much has been written about the skill of speaking and presenting in public; in fact I’ve written over 100 articles myself in the last year alone. I’ve written an entire series about the ‘Art and Science of Presenting’, opening, closing, storytelling, anxiety, body language, and probably just about everything you may be able to[…]

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Having spent over 25 years in senior management roles I was often troubled by a particular pattern I saw in almost every meeting.  If I were to describe an image of what I believe I typically saw each month it would look something like this: – Each person sitting in the same seat they always occupied.[…]

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Simon Sinek’s inspirational TED talk ‘How great leaders inspire action’is a wonderful example of how effective public speakers and presenters can be without using PowerPoint.  With over 3 million YouTube hits is easy to see why Simon has been described as a “visionary thinker with a rare intellect”. If you invest just 18 minutes of your[…]

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