SpeakerByte #24: Develop Your Unique Perspective

Many presentations are little more than a laundry list of data. To set yourself apart from the typical speaker, start by identifying what makes your “story” unique.  Be sure your presentation has a distinct core message that captures your unique perspective.

By sharing your unique prescriptive on the topic or issue, you increase the odds of connecting with your listeners and inspiring action!

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One Response to SpeakerByte #24: Develop Your Unique Perspective

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