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Business School Presentations by Stanley K. Ridgley - 3w ago

Apply the Rule of Three to the middle section of your presentation. You have delivered your introduction, and you know your conclusion ..read more
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Business School Presentations by Stanley K. Ridgley - 1M ago

Most presenters don’t know how to stop talking. Why? Because they don’t know that it’s a technique that must be practiced.  Needless ..read more
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Business School Presentations by Stanley K. Ridgley - 2M ago

Too often, we can find ourselves rambling or roaming in a presentation, and this usually means we’ve strayed from the hoary principle of ..read more
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Everyone knows about the atrocious speech pathology called Uptalk, but there’s another speech pattern that sounds much like uptalk and ..read more
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In business school, you will espy classmates who demonstrate a pathology of unpreparedness – they “wing it.” People do this for a ..read more
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For public speakers, one of the most insidious destroyers of confidence is the silent room, a room flooded with ambient silence. A room ..read more
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Business School Presentations by Stanley K. Ridgley - 7M ago

Business Presentations are filled with paradoxes, especially where executive charisma is concerned. For instance, the Power Zone of ..read more
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Presentation Meltdown can strike at the oddest moments and leave us with shattered confidence. You’re in the midst of an especially ..read more
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It’s 10,000 BC, and you’ve painted a detailed graphic on your cave wall for your upcoming business presentation. It depicts your keen ..read more
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Put this Myth in Your Pocket! The post Hand in Pocket? You Bet! appeared first on Business School Presentations ..read more

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