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How to really connect with your audience (hint: it’s not about you!)

When I run any presenting skills workshop I ask participants to discuss and decide which is more important – audience, content or presenter. The question often leads to some interesting debate. 542 more words

Public Speaking

Who Do You Write For?

Yourself? Or an imagined reader? I’d like to tell you that in some instances it doesn’t matter, as long as you write. But sometimes, having an idea of your audience (one particular person or group of people) can be the difference between communicating effectively or producing something that may seem partly mangled. 220 more words

Writing Posts

Special delivery

Sometimes it’s not just what you say, but how you say it. I always have a good laugh remembering one time I drank a healthy dose of that particular truth. 366 more words

Daily Dose

Know your audience!

If you don’t know what your audience is looking for then what you have to say doesn’t matter – knowing about the needs and expectations of your audience is fundamental to planning your presentation. 143 more words