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10 Most Effective Ways To Finish A Presentation

  • September 25, 2020

No matter how long you speech or presentation is, at a certain point you’ll get to the end and have to wrap up. How can you close the lecture? What can you say as a closure to keep the audience’s attention so they remember your message long? How shall you…

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Make An Impact – How To Start A Presentation

  • June 4, 2020

An effective start, an introduction of a lecture is at least as important to success as the key message itself, or the ending. The purpose of the introductory sentences is to raise the audience’s curiosity and direct their attention to our topic. If you choose effective methods to start your…

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Why You Should Avoid Loding Your Speech With A Lot Of Jokes

  • February 6, 2020

7 basic mistakes to avoid when speaking to public  It is not easy to deliver a lecture or presentation that is just the right length, that keeps the audience engaged, that is interesting, astonishing, that provides additional information and that audience will remember later on. Public speakers with less routine…

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Similar Patterns between Public Speaking and Job Interviews

  • October 25, 2019

You may not notice, but job interviews and public speaking are similar in some aspects. Both  job interviews and other types of interviews (a TV interview, too) are  a kind of self-presentation situations. Practically, the same is true for the public speech or a lecture. The speakers or candidates “presents”…

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5 Easy Visualization Techniques

  • March 23, 2019

 What do we mean by visualization, and why is it useful to apply this technique? Many successful people use visualization techniques to achieve their goals more easily and quickly. Teaching of this method is frequent in case of athletes, actors, performers, corporate executives, and for all those whose success rate…

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