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Start strong – 3 gripping ways to open your talk (Includes example opening lines)

Of the countless presentations you’ve likely heard, how many have really made you listen? Often, they can sound and look a lot like all the rest. 432 more words


5 Things to keep in mind when preparing an important presentation

I have presented my work in front of physicians, professors, in conferences and recently I have successfully defended my 1.5 years of Masters research work with a 20 minute  presentation. 704 more words

Tame your computer - save your work as a PDF

The Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format used to present documents in a manner independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems. One of the purposes of saving your documents as a PDF is to keep the format and text of your files from being modified. 218 more words

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Engage people – give a personal talk [How not to kill your audience …Part 2]

In part 1 – Use the PACE approach – I showed how you can start to engage an audience before you even speak. To do that, make your talk’s… 795 more words


Your Microsoft 'Skills'

When I would work with college students on their resume, 9 times out of 10 there was an “Additional Skills” section or something of that nature. 116 more words


Nail your point – Speak in threes. Speak in threes. Speak in threes.

Here’s one of the most powerful techniques you can use in your talks:

Speak in threes.
Speak in threes.
Speak in threes.

In fact it’s…

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