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11 Tips to Stand Out in Your Next Virtual Job Interview

Now more than ever it’s critical to be a pro in the virtual environment. This skill-set is key for day to day things like meetings and presentations, but even more important for virtual interviews! Why? It’s your moment to shine, and all eyes are on YOU. Don’t miss out on your next big opportunity because […]

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The #1 Secret of Highly Persuasive People: Future Pacing

I believe that you can be more persuasive. Especially when armed with storytelling, strong language patterns, and confidence. I use this Magnetic Speaking Blog to address all of the above, and today, I want to focus on “persuasive language patterns.” Specifically, “The King” of all language patterns: Future Pacing. It’s a pattern I learned while […]

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Four (4) Keys To Public Speaking Credibility From a Professional Speaker

When I first changed careers ten years ago from a pharmaceutical engineer to a professional speaker, I thought that I had no credibility as a professional speaker (because I lacked the background and relevant experience). As a result, I started to brag about myself to overcompensate – but as you probably know that rarely works. A […]

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The One-Word That Hooks Your Audience Every Single Time

Imagine, being able to confidently give presentations anywhere and anytime. Imagine, being viewed as a respected leader in your field. Imagine, having no fear, no hesitation, no anxiety – you ask for what you want and get it. How will this affect you life? How much freedom will that give you? How many career opportunities […]

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How to Present Data and Statistics with Impact

Statistics and data are an important part of your presentation. If misused, they can bore your audience to death. If used correctly, they can have a lasting impact. So, how do you present data the right way? Statistics and data are left brain food. They work well to support your logic and reasoning, and they […]

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How to Be More Attractive and Get Someone’s Attention

  If you want to command, respect, admiration, and higher pay, then stop chasing people and learn to attract them. Culturally speaking the person with the higher status is the person that does not beg to get someone’s attention, but it’s the person who elegantly attracts others to him/her. This person is often labeled Magnetic. […]

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How To Make A Presentation Fun, Interactive, and Enjoyable

Mike’s presentations were always fun and interactive! Mike was the CEO of the very first company I worked at after college. Mike knew his material, and he knew how to present it. He made presentations on cancer vaccines seem almost like a scene from Game of Thrones. As an entry-level engineer at the time, I […]

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Building rapport With clients and Your Audience Using Your Story

  You know the feeling… You are presenting at your organization at 5 pm, and all you get is a dazed and apathetic look from your tired audience. If you are like me, their reaction bothers you a little.  How do you inject some life into them? How do you give meaning to the projects […]

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3 Simple Weapons of Mass Persuasion To Be Used in The Next Presidential Debate.

For some, the next presidential debate between Hillary and Trump  is going to be a “dog and pony show.” For me, the debate will be a battleground where weapons of mass influence will be deployed and tested. It’s both exciting and scary because a lot is on the line. Every candidate has to bring their […]

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How to Nail Your Next Job Interview Presentation

    What would you do if your next job required you to give a Job interview presentation? Do you know how to prepare? Do you know what to say? Do you know what to talk about? You have to start thinking and preparing for it before it happens. Because the higher your position in […]

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