Monthly Archives: January 2011

Help People Say “Yes” to Your Requests

If you want someone to say “yes” to your requests, make it easy for them to do so. One of the most powerful tools you can use to help people say “yes” is your language. Read on to learn how you can word your request to make a dramatic difference. Continue reading

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How NOT to Start a Presentation

Do you remember the last time you gave a talk? How did you start your presentation? Did you open with an entertaining story, a startling statistic or a well tailored humorous anecdote? No matter how you begin your remarks, your presentation actually starts the moment you are introduced to your audience. Make it work to your advantage. Continue reading

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Do You Have a Dream of Giving a Perfect Speech? Here’s How.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Many of the executives I coach dream of giving perfect, flawless presentations. If you, too dream of giving a perfect presentation, here’s how: Continue reading

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Need a Better Job Description? You’re Not Alone.

If you don’t have a good answer to the common dinner party question, “What do you do?” you’re not alone. According to a post today in the Wall Street Journal “Juggle” blog, it’s a common problem. But answering the question well is vital to helping your friends, colleagues and business associates help you. This year, work on a good job description and value proposition. For extra help, check out my article, How To Write A Compelling Value Proposition on my website. Continue reading

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