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Yesterday David Cameron made his final speech as Prime Minister of the UK as he stood as a proud leader, husband and father with his wife and children outside number 10. Politics aside, I’ve commented many times on David Cameron’s oratory skills and having listened to his farewell speech yesterday I would reiterate a comment[…]

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Leadership lessons are abound in many of the worlds finest charities. Those leadership lessons extend way beyond culture. They impact their presentation and public speaking skills immensely too. At Mindful Presenter our presentation skills training revolves around creating that all important emotional connection as well as an intellectual understanding. Our team consider it an honour and[…]

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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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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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At Mindful Presenter we are at very successful at helping people to overcome their public speaking anxiety because we know that you can be very nervous and still give a great speech. The history books are full of speakers who by their own admission tell of how they were quivering, nauseous wrecks even moments before an[…]

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