TEmbrace It! I'm going to use the "F" Word today. I know I've already made some of you uncomfortable. You don't like that word directed at you. If you direct it to others, it's not well received. The Truth: Failure Gets a Bad Rap! We learn far more from our failures than things we do correctly the first time.
Every Audience Doesn't Need to See All your Slides. Master Deck Audiences have different wants and needs. Most presentations have time restraints. Not recognizing either of these can result in a less than stellar performance. A properly customized presentation connects better with audiences than a
The P-A-U-S-E A Major Element of Verbal CommunicationThe Pause Question: What if my entire Post was written like the Title? How long could you read it and what would you understand? Answer: Not Long and Not Much! The same applies to your audience if you Talk, Talk, Talk and don't PA-- -- USE. The people
YOU Supply the Text! If I'm using a PowerPoint / Keynote Presentation and project the slide on the right onto a screen, and at the same time say, "It's time for you to leave!" - You 'Get It!' The slide, showing a door opening with an EXIT Sign above , is clean and simple. My verbiage supplies the text - keeping the