In our saturated, noisy world, "content" is no longer king and has been dethroned by "context."
If you as an entrepreneur really want your speech to rise above being a mundane report, inspire and move people, jolt them, there has to be some flair to it
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People trust eloquent speakers more than honest ones -- which doesn't mean you should start lying. Just sharpen your speaking skills.
Prepare carefully for your speech but, remember, everyone is there to see you. Let your personality show.
Following the think, feel and act tips will empower your speeches and other presentations.
The bestselling author shares tips you can apply immediately to your own next presentation.
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