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Good Points here, Susan. PUtting large numbers into a context that people can relate to is a great suggestion. Hand-in-glove with that idea is to use great visuals so the audience can "see" what the speaker means via the relative sizes of images on the slide. Thanks for the Post!
I agree, Susan. Speaking Opportunities are Business Opportunities. Speaking Opportunities are Career Opportunities. Speaking Opportunities are Leadership Opportunities. The people who take and make those opportunities grow their businesses, careers and leadership possibilities. Thanks for the Post!
Malcomb Gladwell, in his book, Outliers, said "Practice isn't the thing you do once you're good. It's the thing you do that makes you good." Thanks for the Post, Susan!
Thanks for posting a link to my blog!
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Thanks for the link to my site!
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Good Post, Susan. A speaker needs to do three things: Educate Entertain Explain If they do these well, the audience will GET IT! Thanks!
Good Post, Susan. I know a speaker who called all 50+ attendees before coming to town and doing a presentation. He asked, "What most do you want to get out of my presentation next week?" It was an impressive thing to do and he gave a great presentation because of his advance research.
Good points here about interruption and asking too many others to get involved. The Bottom Line is personal responsibility. You are responsible for your presentation. It is your reputation. Why deliver anything but the best? Thanks! Fred, So true about taking personal responsibiity. I see, far too often, senior people creaing presentations for their direct reports to deliver. So trust in your employees knowledge and ability is important.
Good Post. Too many times people aren't specific enough about what they want to accomplish. You emphasized how important that is, and that it should be clear and simple. One step at a time and you'll get there!
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