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The 3 B’s of Presenting: Be Bold, Be Brief, Be Gone!

There are 3 B’s to always consider when addressing an audience of any size.  They are  be bold, be brief and be gone. It’s often been said that time is our most precious commodity, so you should always be respectful of that when speaking. Psychological experimentation has shown that the two different hemispheres of the […]

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Know Your Audience and Be a Chameleon!

The primary purpose of color change in chameleons is social signaling. Color change signals a chameleon’s physiological condition and intentions to other chameleons. They show darker colors when angered, or attempting to scare or intimidate others, while lighter or multi-colored patterns indicate they are courting. Why would this knowledge be important when discussing presentation, communication […]

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The Power of The Mind in Public Speaking

In the Power of Three  part 1-The Body, we talked about how important hands, movement, eyes and voice are in presenting and communicating. Here is part 2: The Mind. When dealing with the Mind there are a few key ideas to focus on. Taking Action The most important aspect of any presentation is to make […]

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3 Ways to Get Immediate Engagement For Your Presentation

Everybody has heard throughout their lives that we only have one shot to make a first impression.  Yet, very few of us take advantage of that opportunity. This statement is true for one-on-one meetings, small gatherings and addressing larger groups too! The vast majority of presentations I see begin with the speaker jumping immediately into […]

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