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Avoid the Curse of Punxsutawney Phil

Do you find that every time you are asked to give a presentation you “relive” the same fear over and over again? You don’t have to live the life of Punxsutawney Phil! Fear of speaking in public still ranks as one of … Continue reading

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In The Red Zone & Ready To Score

In football, no matter how well you’re playing the rest of the game, it’s what happens when you’re in the red zone – those last 20 yards to the goal line – that’s essential to punching it in for the … Continue reading

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SpeakerQuote: Martin Luther King, Jr.

“I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be.” Martin Luther King, Jr. The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision of unity, equality, and judging our fellow Americans by who they are … Continue reading

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Going Live: Tips for First Time Corporate Speakers

Recently published on SmartBriefs…8 tips for first time corporate speakers. You’ve been asked to speak at an upcoming business meeting and have learned that some important people will be in the audience. There is a lot riding on this. And … Continue reading

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SpeakerByte #62: Wait til you see the white of their eyes

Want to set yourself apart from the crowd? Whether in a conference room, board room or main stage, turn and face your audience, greet them with a smile, and make every effort not to speak until you can see the … Continue reading

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Leveraging Your Production Company for Presentation Success

You are the keynote speaker at a high-profile conference. You have written your speech. You have crafted a strong, concise message. You have exciting and compelling media to support what you have to say. While you may think the stakes are … Continue reading

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Thinking Beyond the Presentation: Things We Don’t Think About

Is it enough to simply have a good presentation? Would a play have the same impact if there were no costumes, no amplification or lighting? What’s the difference between staging a play and preparing a presentation? In reality, very little! There are … Continue reading

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