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Top 10 E's to Motivate and Influence an Audience

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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. Educate provide your audience with extensive information on your topic.

Ten Fun Ways to Liven up Any Presentation

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Ten Fun Ways to Liven up Any Presentation Most of us would agree that having humor in our lives increases rapport, strengthens our relationships and overcomes communication barriers. link] 6.Mime- Marcel Marceau makes us laugh and moves us. People who work in a positive, often playful environment are more likely to stay. Productivity and creativity increase while stress is reduced. We just feel better after a good laugh. Think funny! Open with a humorous story.

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

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Read More] Tracked on January 04, 2006 at 09:14 PM » 6 Smart Agency Rules for Winning Presentations from Influential Interactive Marketing One of the best takeaways from the Ad-Tech conference a few weeks ago for me was a point Guy Kawasaki made in his very entertaining keynote presentation about his 10/20/30 rule for marketing revolutionaries on using powerpoint. That and I've always been a huge fan of the Steve Jobs keynotes. :) Great Article.

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