Clarity. Make your content understandable.
A recent example of a self-induced clarity breakdown - I was starving and too busy to prepare a meal. I asked my son to make me a quick snack: peanut butter and banana on toast.
After my first bite I thought, “Oh no… the peanut butter must be rancid! Read more [...]
Read Dame Helen Mirren’s Commencement Address. It’s funny, relevant and meaningful. You will also learn 7 presentation ‘must-haves’ for your messaging.
Presentation ‘Must–Have’ Tip #1: Be prepared.
And I want to assure to you, you can relax, I’m prepared, I’ve done my homework for Read more [...]
Think of your emails as a contestant in a Hunger Games movie. Only one can survive. The rest get killed – aka – DELETED.
In your crazy busy professional world that’s what you do. You delete all the junk in your inbox as fast as you can. Yet, your emails are another vital way you get your message(s) Read more [...]
A recent Harvard Business Review article by Kasia Wezowski shares 6 body language stances/gestures that signal confidence during a presentation which she discovered from studying successful leaders from a variety of industries.
Nonverbal Signal #1: The Box
Wezowski suggests that you imagine a box Read more [...]
You are standing near the stage and your name is called, after a great introduction some power person shared with your expectant audience.
Your Chief Info Security VP has just handed the baton to you at your corporate quarterly town hall meeting with 200 senior execs.
Your Read more [...]