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Presentation or death?

“According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two. Does that sound right? This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.” (attributed to Jerry Seinfeld) 950 more words

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Starting the Presentation Strong

While we’d all love to brag that every one of our presentations has gotten the results we wanted, there aren’t many of us who can truthfully say it has really happened.   409 more words

Presentations

Presentations 101: How to Prove You Can Actually Speak

Public speaking is that one topic that causes flashbacks, anxiety, and beads of sweat just at the thought of it. One minute you are one of the students, the next you are fulfilling the shoes of your teacher. 987 more words

History

Signs of Your Identity: Two Powerful Presentations by Daniella Zalcman

During the month of January, I took hold of an opportunity to listen to a new voice discussing the impacts of Residential Schools. This new voice was that of… 1,074 more words

ECCU 400

Parish Presentation in Lima kicks off Winter travel & photography

My sincere thanks to Fr Mark Hodges and the parish of St Stephen the First Martyr in Lima OH, who hosted me for a brief presentation on the Thebaid Project following the Divine Liturgy on Sunday, Feb. 82 more words

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Ten Differences Between Talking and Speaking

Talking is cheap.                                       Speaking is expensive.

Talking is trash.                                        Speaking is treasure.

Talking is boring.                                     Speaking is interesting.

Talking is forgettable.                            Speaking is memorable.

Talking takes time.                                 50 more words

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Public Lecture: 'On Wings of Song' - Karen Evans-Romaine, UW-Madison

The Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics is pleased to invite you to the public lecture by Dr. Karen Evans-Romaine (University of Wisconsin-Madison).

Title: “On Wings of Song: Romantic Image-Makers in Russian Modernism” 70 more words

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