Don’t Forget that Marketing Flip Flop!

Speaker Launcher

If you answered “no&# to any of these questions consider doing a marketing flip flop to switch the order of your home page copy to be more client and outcome oriented. ps: need help with your flip flop? I originally posted on this topic in 2008, but it appears it needs repeating!

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Summer Goals, Cha-Chings & Flip Flops

Speaker Launcher

Where I used to be aggressively thinking about marketing and how to ramp up biz for the Fall, now I base the success of my summer on my flip flop tan line. My summer time goal has shifted quite drastically over the past 5 years.

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Afraid to flop? Twitter CEO's keynote lessons

The Eloquent Woman

No one would have bet on this, but by all accounts, yesterday's SXSW keynote by Twitter CEO Ev Williams flopped. Focusing on these four steps, basic as they are, will help you avoid a flop the next time your big speaking opportunity rolls around.

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Physical comfort is overrated

Speak Schmeak

But on stage, every little flop of her sleeves was noticeable. I recently came across an excerpt from Tim Gunn's book, Gunn's Golden Rules: Life's Little Lessons for Making It Work , and was struck by number 3: " 3.

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Physical comfort is overrated

Speak Schmeak

But on stage, every little flop of her sleeves was noticeable. I recently came across an excerpt from Tim Gunn's book, Gunn's Golden Rules: Life's Little Lessons for Making It Work , and was struck by number 3: " 3.

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Be yourself? Why not be someone else?

More than PowerPoint...

Telling a nervous neophyte speaker to "act naturally" on stage sets them up to flop. Say you're giving a live presentation to a large audience. And let's say this is not something you do on a regular basis.

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New Decade, New Marketing

Speaker Launcher

I talked alot in 2009 about doing a marketing Flip Flop. Yesterday during my workout, I was watching “So You Think You Can Dance&#. There was a section where they stopped the auditions and told the dancers what the do’s and dont’s for this year were. First thing to go?

Speak & Deliver - A Public Speaking Blog For the Speaking Public: The Climax - The Make or Break Moment in Speaking

Speak and Deliver

This was confirmed when, instead of going straight into her conclusion, she went for one more point, one more laugh, and it flopped. October 18, 2010 8:59 PM HeyJude2 said. October 19, 2010 3:07 PM Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Search This Blog Loading.

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Be yourself? Why not be someone else?

More than PowerPoint...

Telling a nervous neophyte speaker to “act naturally&# on stage sets them up to flop. Say you’re giving a live presentation to a large audience. And let’s say this is not something you do on a regular basis.

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March muchness: Our top 10 tips of the month

The Eloquent Woman

Here are the top 10 posts from March 2010 on The Eloquent Woman: Afraid to flop? March brought women's history month, the advent of spring, and all sorts of speaking tips, inspiration and news.and The Eloquent Woman on Facebook surpassed 2,000 fans!

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ALAN WEISS INTERVIEWS PATRICIA FRIPP

Fripp THE Executive Speech Coach

In 2010, twenty-six years later, we still keep in touch. Do you have a favorite “flop”? ALAN WEISS INTERVIEWS PATRICIA FRIPP. When and how did you begin speaking professionally (for a fee)? In 1975, a hairstyling company called Markham paid me $350 a day for hairstyling demonstrations.

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ALAN WEISS INTERVIEWS PATRICIA FRIPP

Fripp THE Executive Speech Coach

In 2010, twenty-six years later, we still keep in touch. Do you have a favorite “flop”? ALAN WEISS INTERVIEWS PATRICIA FRIPP. When and how did you begin speaking professionally (for a fee)? In 1975, a hairstyling company called Markham paid me $350 a day for hairstyling demonstrations. What set me apart from other stylists was the fact I could cut hair for four hours and talk the entire time! I realized the people in the back could not really see what I was doing.