Mon.Aug 03, 2020

Humour in a speech: 5 reasons you need it; 10 tips for using it

Manner of Speaking

Using humour is a great way for speakers to connect with their audiences. Victor Hugo said, “Laughter is the sun that drives winter from the human face.” When you speak to an audience of dozens, hundreds or thousands, the effect is multiplied. THE BENEFITS OF HUMOUR. When used properly, humour is a powerful tool in any speaker’s arsenal because it has tremendous benefits: 1. Humour creates a bond with the audience. Speakers who use humour well come across as more sympathetic, more likeable.

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The CEO’s Guide to RPA: Robotic Process Automation Explained


Robotic process automation (RPA) is a top-of-mind agenda for companies across industries. Last year, Gartner identified robotic process automation as the fastest-growing tech segment of the enterprise software market: the software revenue grew by 63% and reached $848 in 2018. Despite the global market slowdown, RPA investments still remain a priority for most companies. So much so that by 2020, the global spending on RPA is expected to $2.4

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13 Pro Tips To Ace Your Keynote Presentations

Presentation Guru

If you are one of those 588 Apple users worldwide, own a Mac and use iPhone and iCloud; then you’re no stranger to the Apple ecosystem and its own exciting presentation software called Keynote. However, you still might not know how to use several tools that can make your presentation appealing.… … Software Visuals featured Keynote presentation Powerpoint Alternative Presentation Design Slide Design Visual Aids

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Big Storms - From Genesis 6:1 - 11:32 to Isaias, So?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The New York Post is among the many media outlets warning folks that tropical storm Isaias is heading their way. Even the revered ABC Evening News with David Muir had gotten in the act last week with stark statements about the danger. That was complete with video feeds capturing giant waves banging against piers.   Storms have been with us in recorded time since Genesis 6:1 - 11:32. That was the first big one. Aside from those on Noah's ark the mortality rate was 100 percent. 

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Practice flags, bridges, and hooks

More than PowerPoint...

You’ll want to practice your flags, bridges, and hooks. They can help you as you present on camera or go into media interviews. Flags, bridges, and hooks help make a media interview conversational. They also help you answer tough questions and make a stronger impact. Flagging statements signal you’re about to say something important. Think of someone planting a flag: it captures attention.

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Writer for Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit - REMOTE (but based in Canada)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

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