“… a perfect (but tragic) example of the law of unintended consequences ….”
“…there is a fine line between acceptable and excruciating where ‘ums and ahs’ are concerned…”
“…not to dismiss the power of delivery – it is to point out the power of words …”
“.. 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…”
I needed a break from doom-scrolling today – you know, the near-obsessive focus on unremittingly bleak social media and news coverage, to the detriment of mental health. And I thought to myself, “I know – why don’t I do a piece on position statements for businesses and individuals?” I’m not talking about mission statements such…
“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,…