Thank you to Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford! We had a great time last Friday at our Full-Day Workshop on How to Speak For Yourself to Grow Your Business.
HHS is an architecture firm transforming spaces across the southwest.
See pics from our day below!
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She really isn’t my “aunt”; but you call very close family friends by ‘aunt’ and ‘uncle’ where I grew up. I’ve known Aunt Hermine my whole life. She was in the inner circle of my parents’ social life.
Adjectives for Aunt Hermine -- positive, wise, and gracious.
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“How to give a presentation” Tip 15: Write Your Own Introduction
Your last blog in this series focuses on the rationale for writing your own introduction to your next speech. Click on Tip 14 for this info.
Here’re 6 ideas on how to write your own compelling introduction.
Type your Read more [...]
America Tonight radio show host Kate Delaney asked me that very question on her talk show the other night. Winston Churchill and James Dean got some votes. BUT, the clear winner, is Albert Einstein! We had fun talking about some personal Einstein stories. Being related to the most iconic dead person Read more [...]
Part Three: Your Third Strategy on How to Give a Presentation
“How to give a presentation” Tip 3: Less data and more stories, metaphors, examples, quotes, analogies and humor.
Once you’ve answered the questions in Part One of this blog series and designed your Table of Contents in Part Read more [...]