Sat.Jan 26, 2019 - Fri.Feb 01, 2019

Naomi Osaka’s Australian Open Speech

Manner of Speaking

Naomi Osaka of Japan won the 2019 Australian Open in dramatic fashion. She beat the Czech Republic’s Petra Kvitová 7-6 (7-2) 5-7 6-4 to become the first woman since 2001 to follow her debut Grand Slam win with another one. Even … Continue reading → The post Naomi Osaka’s Australian Open Speech appeared first on Manner of Speaking. Analysis of a Speech Motivation fear of public speaking Naomi Osaka public speaking

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Making Better Connections on Social Media with Phil Gerbyshak

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On this episode of the Wealthy Speaker Podcast, we are talking about making significant connections on social media. Today we are joined by social media guru, Phil Gerbyshak. Phil has written 5 books and over 3000 articles. He began his career in the Navy, delivering email – by hand – for the National Security Agency. […]. The post Making Better Connections on Social Media with Phil Gerbyshak appeared first on Jane Atkinson.

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The Complete Guide to the Best PowerPoint Add-ins

Presentation Guru

Maurizio La Cava makes presentations every day and makes extensive use of PowerPoint add-ins, so he has put together a list of what he considers to be the best ones, grouped for top functions and discusses them in detail below.

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"Criminal Minds" - David Rossi Remains Haunted by Self-Doubt

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Haunted. That was both the plot line and the meme of "Criminal Minds" last night. The serial killer was consumed with the need to cleanse houses in which there had been violence of their "poison."

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Quotes for Public Speakers (No. 303) – John Maynard Keynes

Manner of Speaking

“Words ought to be a little wild for they are the assaults of thought on the unthinking.” ” — John Maynard Keynes. The post Quotes for Public Speakers (No. 303) – John Maynard Keynes appeared first on Manner of Speaking. Quotes for Public Speakers John Maynard Keynes public speaking public speaking quotes quotes

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Your Sales Cycle Has Changed. Have You?

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“57% of the purchase decision is complete before a customer even calls a supplier.” (CEB). CEB). “67% 67% of the buyer’s journey is now done digitally.” SiriusDecisions). “74% 74% of business buyers say they conduct more than half of their research online before making an offline purchase.”

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Which Presentation Style Suits You According to the Myers Briggs Test?

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You might have heard of the Myers Briggs Test. There are numerous websites offering personality tests which place people in one of 16 personality archetypes described by Myers Briggs Type Indicator.

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Pico Iyer and the art of stillness

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Pico Iyer is a renowned essayist and novelist who is best known for his travel writing. He has been to some of the most far-flung places on the planet and his writings have appeared in leading newspapers, magazines and literary … Continue reading → The post Pico Iyer and the art of stillness appeared first on Manner of Speaking. Delivery Mark Twain pause Pico Iyer public speaking

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Want to Advance Your Career? Then Develop Your Public Speaking Skills with These 6 Tips

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If you’re like the majority of people, you would rather sit next to a rattle snake on a transatlantic flight in a thunderstorm than get up in front of people and give a speech. That’s right, most people fear public speaking more than snakes or flying.

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The Importance of Daily Habits to Become a Successful Speaker

Speaker Launcher

Daily habits. Not the most glamorous topic, but an important one for anyone building a speaking business. Because developing the daily habits that put you in front of buyers on a regular basis, fearlessly planting seeds, or asking for business from past clients cannot be overstated. So, let’s look at the importance of daily […]. The post The Importance of Daily Habits to Become a Successful Speaker appeared first on Jane Atkinson.

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Watching the Super Bowl Alone - Symbol of Loneliness Epidemic

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

This weekend there will be those loading up their shopping carts with Doritos, dip, chicken wings, and beer. They're the lucky ones. They will not be watching the Super Bowl alone. Then there are those trapped in the loneliness epidemic.

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Law & Order SVU" - Amanda Turns Down Marriage Proposal Before Going into Labor

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The magic which happens week after week, year after year in the "Law & Order SVU" series comes from the relationships among the detectives as well as the prosecutors. It truly is a family setting. And, with all families there are saints, troubled members, and conflicts.

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Tara Condell, 27 - Manhattan Snuffs Out Life of Another Successful Professional

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Again, Manhattan has been a kind of suicide headquarters for a successful professional. In the West Village, Tara Condell, age 29, took her life by hanging. Since designer Kate Spade hung herself, more females in Manhattan are choosing that method for self-delivery from life.

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Polar Vortex - Will Hang On Long Enough to Trigger Mini Baby Boom

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The polar vortex could put in play a mini baby boom. That's because it is hanging on long enough to disrupt the usual evening routines. Instead of doing screen time, taking walks, or attending those hundreds of 12-step programs, human beings could notice each other again.

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No Such Thing as Too Much Content - As Long as It's Attention-Getting

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

"As traditional content - a.k.a. journalism - is faltering, 'content' [meaning everything from a tweet to a video on YouTube] is thriving."  "  - Jacob Gallagher, The Wall Street Journal , January 28, 2019. Done right, content sells.

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"The Good Doctor" - Shaun Murphy Learns How to Be a Friend

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Those "on the spectrum" can make progress in social skills.    That's the takeaway from "The Good Doctor" this evening. Shaun Murphy The Person learns how to be the kind of friend his mentor and "father" Dr. Aaron Glassman needs.

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Paywalls: Financial Salvation for Media or Trojan Horse?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Publications, both legacy and digital natives, are struggling for survival. Some are rushing into paywalls. Others are playing the very different game of total free access. I analyze the pros and cons of paywalls in an exclusive article for Odwyerpr.com. Here you can read it.

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"FBI" Renewed for 2nd Year - Dick Wolf Has Another Hit

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

At first, some of us wondered: Does network television really need yet another FBI series? But, with the iconic Dick Wolf as producer, we knew it had a chance to attract an audience. And that's exactly what "FBI" has done. On the average, the audience numbers more than 9 million. 

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"Good Girls" Returning in March - Bold Statement about American Culture

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

A sign of a cultural shift: "Good Girls" will be returning to network television in March. NBC found there is an audience for a series about those soccer mom types who are forced into a life of crime. The trigger, to use the pun, is financial desperation.

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Jon Nowinski (1981-2019) - Connecticut's St. Francis of Assisi

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The measure of a man is not in years. It's done in how much he gave of himself to others.    Jon Nowinski only was with us 37 years. But during that time he managed to cram in three major missions on behalf of others. The most recent has been in animal rescue.

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"IRL" Redefinded - And Not Only for Generation Z

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Members of Generation Z push back on the notion that they don't interact in real life (IRL) any more. In interviews with The Wall Street Journal , they explain that the ways in which they connect with each other is seamless.

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Dennis Rader and the Clutter Family - Intersection of Two Stories in Kansas

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Last night "20/20" provided an amazing presentation of the mind of a serial killer. That was BTK (Bondage, Torture, Kill) of Kansas - Dennis Rader. The narrative was primarily through the experience of his daughter.    From a young age, Rader wanted to be a serial killer.

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"A Million Little Things" - Jon, At Least, Knew He Was in Pain

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Unfortunately, those overseeing "A Million Little Things" keep sacrificing depth for complexity of plot line.    Tonight's episode revealed that Jon, at least, was aware of the deep pain he was in.

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"Retirement" - Term Taking on More and More Meanings (for me, it simply means leaving the rat race)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

On MarketWatch supposed retired Steve Adcock laments this: Because he's "retired" people assume he has stopped earning income from work. They are outraged that he declares himself "retired" but continues to have side hustles such as money from his blog.

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Leslie Van Houten Still In Prison, But Squeaky Fromme Released Years Ago

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Former Charlie Manson follower Squeaky Fromme had been granted parole years ago. That was despite the reality that she attempted to assassinate U.S. President Gerald Ford. Currently Fromme is living a quiet life in upstate New York. 

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Polar Vortex - No Ambiguity

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

I did it: I bundled up, just like the media told me, to walk the dog.    Usually, he won't accept my patient explanation to him that weather conditions make a walk impossible. He demands to check things out for himself.

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Mandatory Arbitration for Employee Complaints - Another Sector May Be Ending All That

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

It's so commonplace: If professionals want that plum job, they will sign the employment contract mandating they submit their job-related complaints to individual confidential arbitration. No, there is no access to litigation, especially the class action kind.

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Utah Tourism Industry Could Receive Lots of Free Publicity

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Terry Sanderson tells his story in the form of a lawsuit - which is the American way. He is in his 70s. Filed today in the Third District Court of Summit County in Utah, the complaint contends that actress Gwyneth Paltrow was speeding on a beginner ski slope in Deer Valley, UT on February 26, 2016.

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Of Course, Make Animal Abuse a Federal Felony (way overdue)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

On planet earth, we primarily overvalue humans and undervalue animals. That could change. Read here about the legal movement to make animal abuse a federal felony. Get amazing results through out of box communications strategies/content. Complimentary consultation janegenova374@gmail.com.

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DOW Continues Craziness - You Bet, Retired, Semi-Retired Should Be Plenty Worried

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

It is 10:16 A.M New York Time.    The DOW is down 361.07. The Wall Street Journal isn't bullish that the downward trajectory will reverse its direction today. Of course, those who are retired or semi-retired should be plenty worried.

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(official) Lobbying in 2018 - $3.42 Billion Spent

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Lobbying continues to be a good business to be in. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, organizations spent $3.42 billion on lobbying in 2018. This was the biggest amount in a decade. Here are more details.    It was the U.S.

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The Housekeeper, The Law School Professor, and The Federal Lawsuit

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

With his patrician good looks, teaching position at Columbia Law School, anti-poverty activism, and guidance provided to U.S. presidents, Philip Bobbitt doesn't seem like the type to wind up in this kind of legal pickle. But that he did. Actually, his type is targeted. In "Samuels v.

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No Retirees Live Here - The Universal Hustle for Work (even in designated retirement paradises like Arizona)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In the book being released this Tuesday, we finally have the statistics and first-person narratives documenting what we have been observing: The dream of retirement has been replaced with the non-stop hustle for income from work - full time, part time, gig, and through self-employment.

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Vanity Fair - No One Cares

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Vanity Fair, part of the Conde Nast money-losing publication house, assumes the wrong thing. And, that's that readers care about its history. Or it as an institution. Newsweek assumed the same thing. It became irrelevant. The era when high-budget glam media like Vanity Fair (along with its Oscar party and great photos) dazzled us ended years ago. When exactly was that? That's hard to pinpoint. It could be when Matt Drudge broke the story of the Clinton intern on his digital platform.

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Limits of the Court of Public Opinion

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Morrison & Foerster had been named by Yale Law School women in 2018 as among the top female-friendly firms. And, maybe it is until a female takes maternity leave. Last April, three MoFo female lawyers, using the moniker Jane Doe, filed a lawsuit alleging unfair treatment for women who take maternity leave and/or have children. They asked for $100 million. In Abovethelaw, Kathryn Rubino reports that the complaint has been amended. To it had been added three more plaintiffs.

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