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Mohit Chhabra (मोहित छाबड़ा) Aug 7
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Sun & Moon Animation Aug 7
Want to nail your ? Here’s a short video full of top tips we created for a client who wanted an informative and light hearted . To find out more about this project and the techniques used, click here:
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mark faithfull Aug 2
"Tell a story, short and perhaps humorous – especially if you are the fall-guy."
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Andrew Power Aug 3
Eye contact can be important – but don’t stare at just one friendly face. Instead, keep looking at people around the room. The audience will feel some connection, and you won’t get stuck. More tips here
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Mohit Chhabra (मोहित छाबड़ा) Aug 3
When you receive messages like these, it makes your day, week and month. This is the biggest reward and the most fulfiling part of my work.
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Kimberly McCoy Aug 7
Big presentation coming up? Hate public speaking? Learn the secret of delivering fresh, creative and exciting content from globally renowned coach, Reuben Milne on Listen here.
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Cindy Tingley 7h
And it all starts tomorrow morning!! Will you be there with us?
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Patricia Fripp Aug 8
What do the Pentagon, corporate CEOs, and Patricia Fripp have in common? We all deplore the current trend toward replacing solid presentation content with flashy audio/video effects.
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Christina Daves Aug 8
Virtual Presentation Skills Training with my good friend !
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Tricia Brouk Aug 7
What's the most potent compliment you've received?
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Patricia Fripp Aug 5
Eye contact is essential to creating an emotional connection with an audience of any size.This is true whether you’re speaking one-on-one or delivering a formal presentation from the stage.
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JayneLatz Aug 1
Do you have trouble finding the right words at the right time? Check out our FREE resource, "Word Finding Techniques" and learn how to express yourself with clarity and confidence.
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Ultimahub 16h
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Patricia Fripp Aug 7
Use video to evaluate your speaking. Get honest feedback from others. Identify what’s already working and reinforce what you do well naturally with technique.
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Red Zone Marketing Aug 6
"If you don't know what you want to achieve in your presentation your audience never will" -Harvey Diamond.
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Jayne Latz Aug 1
Does the idea of giving a virtual presentation make you cringe? Check out this week's blog for strategies to deliver a remote presentation that keeps each listener on the edge of their seat.
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Fresh Air Studios: Internal Comms, Podcasts, Audio Aug 2
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mark faithfull 17h
What is the difference between public speaking and presenting?
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mark faithfull Aug 4
"Clearly present the audience with the opportunity to respond, and make sure you present it from the audience’s perspective."
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the_core_story Aug 5
Unlock Your Potential To Inspire Others Get in touch to find out more about our presentation skills online coaching and masterclasses
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