A tell can destroy a sale. What is a tell? It comes at the point where a presenter asks for the sale. The money part. Even if the PowerPoint rocked and the speech was [...]
This is still a question I see daily… as if virtual meetings and our “new normal” of less in-person everything (our hybrid meetings won’t be going away anytime soon) make us less human. We still have the desire to be seen, heard and spoken to.
I have noticed over the years that I have been speaking and hosting various live events that speakers often treat their Introduction as an afterthought, when in fact it is a first impression! And [...]
As an introvert myself I take this topic seriously. First, let’s defuse the perceived notion that introverts are happiest living as a recluse making dream catchers for cats and never seeing another human. (ok, mostly [...]
You may think your presentation starts when you take the microphone. While it might seem so, you could be missing out on a valuable opportunity to “tune in” your audience before you say a word. [...]