Tue.Mar 13, 2012

How Do You Decide What to Say in a Presentation?

Public Speaking Advice and Commentary

You've been asked to give a speech.    Perhaps you're expert in some topic, or you've headed up some organization, or you've done something wonderful recently, or you’ve made the news.    You've got an occasion, an audience, and an opportunity.    How do you decide what to say?    How do you pick a topic and narrow it down? Here's where it gets ironic. 

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Updates from the blog: Lists, networks and more

The Eloquent Woman

On the blog and The Eloquent Woman on Facebook , I've been making visible and not-so-visible changes. Here's an update for you: New lists for new information options: I've created a series of special mailing lists so you can be sure to get the updates you want about upcoming workshops, training options for groups and individuals, ebooks and more. In some cases, I've created specific waitlists for specific workshops, or you can ask for information on all upcoming workshops.

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