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Benchmarks in presentations are essential tools to help your audience understand the impact of information. They help people decide whether a stated fact is good, bad or indifferent.Published:21-Jul-2013
"Doing something with one person that you could do with several simultaneously is a poor use of your time." Eileen gives nuggets of info on how to effectively use your time and your contacts' talents to most efficiently advance your company.Published:17-Jan-2010
I've seen so many people assume the worst about their public presentations. So often their assessment is based on the unreliable data of THEIR reactions to what might be their audiences' reactions. Escaping from what I call the double guessing game is a vital part of your path to public speaking success.Published: 9-Jan-2008
Speaking in public can be a scary experience, but it doesn't have to be. Here are a few suggestions to make your next speaking engagement a success for you and your audience.Published: 1-Sep-2007
Trade shows give you the opportunity to display and demonstrate your products or services and with some simple tips you can deliver the perfect presentation.Published:18-Nov-2006
10 Reasons Presentations give you the advantage when marketing your professional service or product.Published: 8-Nov-2005