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Top 10 E's to Motivate and Influence an Audience

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Support your points with stories. Stories help us see through the eyes of other people. Find out how to take your speaking to the next level by purchasing one of our programs. Top 10 Es to Motivate and Influence an Audience Speak with Es. Be a speaker of influence not control or guilt. With the privilege of the platform comes the awesome responsibility of motivating and influencing your audience to feel/think/act differently.

Speaking Business

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Theres nothing like an upcoming speaking engagement to inspire creating product to have available for purchase at that program! Poems starting coming in, then a few short stories.

How to Give a Great Speech

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Find out how to take your speaking to the next level by purchasing one of our programs. Personal Stories Be sure to share your personal stories with the audience. People will learn from your vulnerability and your mishaps and will be only a step away from their own story. How to Give a Great Speech As a former owner of a National Speakers Bureau, I have learned from several thousand professional speakers "How to Give a Great Speech."

Ten Fun Ways to Liven up Any Presentation

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Open with a humorous story. Practice telling the story out loud, and cut out any parts that arent crucial. A laugh is measured by: 5 points if everyone is laughing and applauding 4 points if everyone is laughing and theres a smattering of applause 3 points if everyone laughs but theres no applause 2 points if some people are laughing 1 point for a titter or giggle Find out how to take your speaking to the next level by purchasing one of our programs.

How to Change the World: The 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint

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Read More] Tracked on January 02, 2006 at 01:13 PM » Power Point and Rocket Science and the dangers of compelling stories from keeping simple Edward Tufte dislikes PowerPoint and explains why in an article about the contribution of PowerPoint to the Columbia disaster.My That and I've always been a huge fan of the Steve Jobs keynotes. :) Great Article. People who get in and purchase early will reap a truck load of money. NowPublic Read news stories powered by the public.

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