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Recommended: Korean Romantic Dramas

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

These are unusual times. A challenge we all face as the minimize the spread of the coronavirus is how to stay healthy and sane in the growing regions of the world where we’ve been asked to stay indoors. An antidote to the ‘self-isolation blues’ is to lose yourself in a good TV series. Apologies to […]. Shallow End coivd-19 coronavirus k-drama Korean Romance

10 Steps to Recession-Proof Your Speaking Business

Speaker Launcher

Okay, let’s face it, there’s chaos all around us. Meetings have been canceled or postponed. The stock market is in free fall and we are heading into a recession. It sounds pretty bleak, doesn’t it? Let’s take a look at 10 steps you can take today to recession-proof your speaking business! Like the flower that grows in the middle of a desert, there is good all around us. We just have to look for it. […].

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Learning From Adversity – 4 Lessons for Public Speakers

Presentation Guru

As I write this, the coronavirus pandemic is in full swing, and life as we know it has been altered forever. It’s anyone’s guess if, and when, things will return to normal. Welcome to the Twilight Zone. But somehow, even now, my impulse to work and create, to bring meaning and support to my clients and colleagues continues.… … Build Your Skills credibility featured inspiration Must-Reads for every presentation professional Practice preparation

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Yet Another COVID-19 Victim: Pittsburgh, PA Print Newspapers

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In The Time of COVID-19, the print newspaper takes an additional hit. Its survival becomes even more precarious than the usual in a digital communications era. The Post-Gazette reports what is going on in the print newspaper niche in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.    Pittsburgh Catholic has a subscription base of 83,000. But much of how it funds the newspaper comes from donations coming during masses. Those masses aren't being conducted because of social distancing. 

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How to Research for Your Presentation Like a Boss!

SketchBubble

Giving a presentation is no easy feat. Whether you’ve been tapped to speak at your organization’s annual sales convention or are presenting to a group of prospective clients, every good presentation starts at the same place – research. Research is what will help you to not only choose the right topic to present, but back […]. The post How to Research for Your Presentation Like a Boss! appeared first on SketchBubble Official Blog. Presentation Tips

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In The Year of COVID-19: March 24, 2020 (a nation embraces zen mantra of "Clear Thinking, Don't Know"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Zen has been around a long time. But since the COVID-19 pandemic, its wisdom is being widely embraced. The central platform for zen, at least in some schools of it, is:  "Clear Thinking, Don't Know." " Every hour brings surprises. The Dow surges.    At 11:00 A.M. ET, it's at 1,408.17. That means those considering retiring might be able to financially pull it off. And those retired won't have to parachute back into the workforce.

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BusinessInsider & The Paywall - Nothing in The Public Interest During Year of COVID-19

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Paywalls. Publishers frequently pull them down during game-changing developments and national emergencies. The Wall Street Journal had done that during key primaries in Election 2020. Vanity Fair is doing that for articles which are related to the COVID-19 pandemic. But, at BusinessInsider there are two things going on. One is that more and more content, marked "Prime," is being pulled behind a paywall. And, two, the paywall remains in-place.

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