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Dylan’s Lyrics: Written for the ears not the eyes

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On a recent episode of the charming Start the Week BBC Radio 4 program we heard Frances Wilson, Salman Rushdie and Simon Armitage discuss the rehabilitation of DH Lawrence and the relationship between the writer and their work. In the closing minutes (approx 37:00) host Andrew Marr asks Armitage about an essay that claims Bob […]. Culture Shock! Deep End Speechwriting bbc radio 4 Bob Dylan nancy duarte Robert Lehrman simon armitage start the week

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8 Actionable Tips for an Awesome Marketing Presentation

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Have you ever wondered the difference between a Nike shoe and the one that you get at a fifty percent discount from a local store down the street? You may consider the comfort or quality, whereas it is all about the marketing.

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From 0 to 7-Figures with David Horsager

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Are you working hard to scale your speaking business? Hear David Horsager share some great tips on how to get from zero to 7-figures. The post From 0 to 7-Figures with David Horsager appeared first on Jane Atkinson.

Powerful Words to Use in Presentations: Ultra Long List 

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The power of words is immense and palpable when it comes to sharing ideas with others. The way you frame your sentences and cherry-pick specific words will affect how the audience preserves you. Not just that.

Free writing (and thinking) webinars

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I have a series of pay-what-you-can and free webinars that are all free during the pandemic (simply ignore the request to PWYC!). List below, and you can read about them at www.paullima.com/pwyc/ – Creative Writing: Getting Started – Format Your … Continue reading →

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WinAnyway LIVE - Facebook Reminded Me of Something Important

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How to Write Your Best Email Ever

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A friend asked: “Have you ever noticed how some people’s email persona is different from their direct eye contact self?” ” Umm- Yes! A leader I know is charismatic, communicative and clever. But to read his emails, you’d think he skipped grades four onward. Because I really respect this guy, it’s (mostly) easy to give him the benefit of doubt. (He He is busy. He wanted to respond quickly. He doesn’t think this is high priority.).

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How to Present a Lesson Plan

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First days are always exciting, and expectation builds up about the contents of the task ahead, especially if you’re starting a class as a student or professor.

TED Talk 101: What TED Teaches About Successful Presentations

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TED Talks are widely considered to be the epitome of public speaking presentations worldwide. Young thinkers dream of the day they’ll be selected to give a TED Talk on their bright idea.

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TED Talks are widely considered to be the epitome of public speaking presentations worldwide. Young thinkers dream of the day they’ll be selected to give a TED Talk on their bright idea.

The Best Ways for Summarizing Business Presentations

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Two things are the easiest to lose when delivering business presentations. The first is the context and the second that follows very closely, to that is the interest of your audience. The best way to avoid death by PowerPoint during a business presentation is to summarize your content smartly.