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10 Seconds of Golden Silence

If you’re like most professional sellers, silence drives you crazy. After all, most of us have been trained to deliver polished presentations to prospective customers … we’ve rehearsed , perhaps been coached or criticized; we’ve been taught to “dazzle the prospect with our expertise.” When you’re meeting with a prospective client and there is a brief lull in the discussion, I’ll bet you jump right in to fill it. 1,212 more words

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You Down With O.P.P.? (Clean Version)

Yeah, you know me!

“O” is for “other”. “P” is for “people’s” work and preparation. The last “P”, well, that’s not that simple. It’s sorta like another way to call a map a script. 519 more words

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Watch: Tips to Speak Like a Pro by Jenny Blake

Happy to share the recording of People-OnTheGo’s webinar with international author and speaker Jenny Blake that I moderated last month. Check out Jenny’s presentation below on how to improve your public speaking skills, and learn more about her… 19 more words

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Do the clients understand your price? - WHRC 23.04.2014

Happy Easter, ppl! :)

I hope you had a nice holiday, with a lot of fun and lovely people around you. :)

And now – back to the boring things – the reality check! 514 more words

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Jitter Down and Power Up before you speak in Public

       Dear Guts Is The Key Reader,

Many of you have occasions when you have to take the stage to bring presentations. Some of you are more comfortable than others with this assignment. 763 more words

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How to Wow an Audience Like Indiana Jones

When “Raiders of the Lost Ark” first hit theaters, my Uncle Bruce told me, “Eat your popcorn during the previews, because you’ll forget about it entirely once the movie starts.” He was right! 313 more words

Instructional Design Lessons from the Tokyo Airport

In a frantic effort to spend a few last yen before boarding my flight from Tokyo to Seattle, this display outside of an airport toy store caught my eye. 341 more words

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