Fri.Jul 12, 2019

6 Questions You Need to Ask When Editing Presentation Content

Presentation Guru

Putting together a presentation is a challenge most of us will face at least once in our professional lives, and although it isn’t rocket science, many people still fail to deliver on the basic principles of an effective presentation.

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The Slow, Then Faster Collapse of Brand Dershowitz

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Is is  that bad? Has the once formidable (lawyers didn't want to be on the opposing side) brand - Alan Dershowitz - become clownish? Maybe. Since he retired as a professor at Harvard Law School, the Dershowitz brand has been deflating. Think about those interviews on Fox.

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Using LinkedIn as a Sales Tool? Try this to build business…

SpeakerSue Says...

“This is like asking for a woman’s phone number ten minutes after meeting her.” Eric Field. That is how Eric described the icky feeling when “Some goof asks to join my network and then hits me with a sales pitch ten minutes later.”. Truth is there is a much better chance of getting that phone number than getting the contact to say, “Yes please”. LinkedIn is an awesome prospecting tool if your mindset is right. Mindset? Quick answer: Do you use LinkedIn to gain contacts or build connections?

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A Star Isn't Born - Scott Nelson Gets Life in Prison

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Scott Nelson referred to himself in court, during the penalty phase of his trial, as a "homicidal maniac." " As such, he requested the death penalty. He had been convicted of first-degree murder in the case of nanny Jennifer Fulford.

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When J&J Was Among Most Trusted Brands - That Was Then

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Did those at Johnson & Johnson know about carcinogens in its talc powder and when did they know that? The Department of Justice is pursuing a criminal investigation of Johnson & Johnson. The issue is if executives at the company lied about not being aware that the talc product could cause cancer. If it's found that executives lied, they could be arrested, tried, and wind up in prison, just as happened in the food industry.

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