I can answer questions about organizing and delivering effective presentations or speeches. It doesn`t matter if you`re trying to persuade your boss to begin a new project, or trying to persuade a friend to join you on a trip to Las Vegas. In either case, you`ll need to be clear, concise, interesting, and persuasive.
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Abraham Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" and Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I have a dream" speech are frequently mentioned as two of the greatest speeches ever delivered. The "Gettysburg Address" was three and a half minutes long - and the "I have a dream" speech was six and a half minutes. Why, then, do YOU have to talk for 45 minutes to get your point across?! :-)
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Hi Caine, The first thing you have to do is to decide on a specific topic in which you want to speak. Something that'll be of interest to high school students. (You can't just decide that you want to
Richard, I don't know how to contact you (I don't have your email address- so I'll use the AllExperts thing again) I'm not really a big user of AllExperts. One more thing that you might like to
Hi Suresh, You can talk about the little things that helped you with you career. For example, "Good Morning. When Ms. (head-mistress name) asked me to speak about our school, I was flattered, but I
Hi Alisher, There are two ways that you can handle this. One (and the one that most of your colleagues will use) is to simply use a flipchart listing the following categories: Name: Birthplace:
Hi Teresa, You're really asking me to give you my full-day Presentation Skills program in one email. I can't do that, so instead of teaching you how to organize a presentation from the listener's point