“.. if people are surrounded by a greater concentration of something (for example, knowledge – or prejudice ) then it passes into them as if by osmosis …”
“… simply repeating something doesn’t make it the truth (otherwise the Internet would be an entirely different place!) – but what he wrote contains a kernel of wisdom…”
“In every case, they were presenting factual information – but they were doing it in the form of stories.”
Widespread social media is a two-edged sword for many businesses – and individuals.
A post can make you go ‘viral’ … but that isn’t always a good thing.
“There will be threats in 2021. We all know that. But there will also be opportunities.”
So – over the past 10 days, we’ve been examining the top 10 tips for new and nervous public speakers If you’ve stuck with us so far, congratulations – you are on your way to becoming an accomplished and polished speaker and presenter – Kudos to you! We’re going to put it all together today,…
“Millions before you have been nervous about making public presentations … use their experience and ‘crowd-source’ solutions”
So far we’ve talked about how to prepare a presentation, and how to structure your speech, and what to include, and how to deliver it. But all of that assumes you have some time to prepare. What about when you are asked to speak without any notice? Scary thought, huh? Well, there are any number…
“… people around you are checking their phones, and planning their weekend, and wool-gathering. In fact, the only thing they are NOT doing, is taking any notice of the message.”
“Tell a memorable story that sets the foundation for your argument…”