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Executive Presentations and Briefings Ingredients

The 7 Questions You Must Answer in All Your Executive Presentations

Executive presentations can be the hardest nut to crack, yet will have the biggest bang for your buck when it comes to your career advancement. Master the executive presentation, and you will get the visibility and recognition to drive your career upward. The alternative is to fumble and ramble through, and get labeled as “not […]

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The Cure To Rambling, Self-doubt, And Speaking Fillers.

The Cure To Rambling, Self-doubt, And Speaking Fillers.

Do you ever ramble on, repeat yourself, or self-edit when speaking? Usually, that’s a sign that you might be interrupting yourself internally with negative self-reflection. It’s when you evaluate what you said in mid-sentence and judge it as not good. For example look at the following two sentences.  One has no interruptions and is clear […]

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fear of public speaking statistics

7 Unbelievable “Fear of Public Speaking” Statistics

Fear of public speaking statistics Public speaking fear (Glossophobia) is a form of social anxiety disorder (SAD). There is a lot of misinformation out there about this fear and the number of people suffering from it. Don’t freak out! Labeling your fear of public speaking as a social anxiety disorder does not make it a […]

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Romantic Wedding Vows For Her

How to Write The Most Romantic, Elegant, and Unique Wedding Vows For Her

The wedding is around the corner. Your wife-to-be is expecting you to have your vows ready. Are you working on them? You want your vows to be romantic, authentic, and unique. You want to be a little emotional, but you don’t want to sob and lose composure. In this article, you will get a formula you can […]

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Self Leadership Interview With Peter Khoury

Raitis: Hi, I’m Raitis Stalazs, founder of setgoalstoday.com. I am here with an exclusive interview with Peter Khoury for our book club.  Peter Khoury is the author of Self-Leadership Guide: Be empowered Be motivated.   Peter, welcome. Peter: Hi, Raitis, how are you? Raitis: Doing great. Would you be so kind and tell us how […]

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The Holistic Approach to Different Types of Learning

Your audience is composed of different individuals with different wants, needs and also different types of learning.  To be influential, persuasive and engaging, you need to be at least aware of these differences. So, what is learning? A long time ago, the word “learning” was understood by many as acquiring and gaining a mental or […]

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Storytelling for Presentations Demystified

Presenting is storytelling. Every time you present at work, you are telling a story. The story can influence and persuade people, or it can confuse them – depending on how you give the presentation. In the past, a story meant a “real story” with plot and characters. Nowadays, a story is anything that evokes a […]

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Conference Speaker: Why Female Professionals Shy Away From The Spotlight

Mary was invited to be conference speaker on a prestigious panel at a high profile conference. Initially, she attempted to turn down the opportunity, but her manager forced her to go to represent the company. Mary became a client of mine, and unfortunately, I see many women like Mary every month. Why do competent, smart, […]

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Interview with Peter Khoury About Public Speaking

It was my pleasure to be interviewed by my friend Joshua Brandt. Josh is a respected journalist featured in the San Francisco Chronicle on several occasions. Hope you enjoy the interview and find it beneficial. If you prefer to read instead of listening, you will find the transcript of the interview below. Transcript: Josh: My […]

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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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