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Dianna Booher
Executive communication expert, author, keynote speaker: Executive presence. Presentations. Writing skills. Book writing coach.
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Dianna Booher 7h
As a speaker, you need both art and heart. If you must must choose only one, be without the art. Use the heart.
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Dianna Booher 9h
Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things. —Robert Brault
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Dianna Booher 11h
Your walk, your handshake, your posture—they all communicate a message before you say a word.
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Dianna Booher 12h
"Obviously" can be translated as ""Since you're not so bright, I'm pointing out what's obvious to most people."
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Dianna Booher 16h
Unless you know others have ill-will behind any humorous remark directed at you, develop the ability to laugh at yourself. Light-heartedness is the language of leadership and confidence.
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Dianna Booher 18h
How often do other customers or coworkers ignore what they receive because it’s poorly written?
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Dianna Booher 19h
Do you want to write your business book fast? I discuss some tips with Henry DeVries in his recent Forbes article at
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Dianna Booher Mar 29
Positive communication can become a negative if it leads to biased data to decision makers.
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Dianna Booher Mar 29
As a presenter, rather than thinking about looking nervous, keep your mind on the value you’re delivering.
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Dianna Booher Mar 29
Credibility is hard to earn and easy to lose. People judge you not only based on your job performance, but also by your communication––how you talk and what you talk about when and with whom.
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Dianna Booher Mar 29
A great reminder of how it’s done!
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Kevin McCarthy Mar 28
THANK YOU to the: nurses doctors scientists gig workers researchers truck drivers health experts manufacturers lab technicians postal employees hospital volunteers supermarket clerks warehouse operators convenience store associates You are heroes!
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Dianna Booher Mar 29
Keeping your email open distracts you from current tasks, disrupts your thinking, and often makes it hard to refocus quickly.
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Dianna Booher Mar 29
Often your positive response to negative feedback--even when you disagree--will matter far more and for far longer than the feedback itself.
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Dianna Booher Mar 28
"As I pointed out earlier" translates to "Why weren't you listening before?"
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Dianna Booher Mar 28
Email saves an enormous amount of time for those who think strategically. For those who don’t, the back-and-forth clutter can clog up their inbox for hours or days.
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Dianna Booher Mar 28
To show ownership, make the word singular or plural first, and then show possession by adding either an an apostrophe and an -s. If the word already ends in an -s, drop the -s after the apostrophe unless you pronounce that extra -s as a separate syllable.
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Dianna Booher Mar 28
Say no to yourself often--no to "opportunities," requests, and stresses that take you off track and break concentration.
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Dianna Booher Mar 28
Questions: Ask too few, & people may think you’re closed to input or uninterested in them. Ask too many, & people may feel cross-examined. Keep them appropriately paced.
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Dianna Booher Mar 28
If the boss fails to delegate properly, take the lead and dig for the details.
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