Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Third Golden Rule of Professional Presentations

The three golden rules of formal presentations: 1-practice, practice, practice 2-time yourself 3- get feedback Today’s post deals with Golden Rule #3:  3- Get Feedback This ties back to golden rules #1 and #2. If you practice, practice, practice in … Continue reading

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The Second Golden Rule of Professional Presentations

The three golden rules of formal presentations: 1-practice, practice, practice 2-time yourself 3- get feedback Today’s post deals with Golden Rule #2:  2- Time Yourself. Get out a timer (there’s probably an app on your phone) and time yourself. Do … Continue reading

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Three Golden Rules for Professional Presentations

The three golden rules of formal presentations: 1-practice, practice, practice 2-time yourself 3- get feedback Today’s post deals with Golden Rule #1:  1-practice, practice, practice. Ideally, practice to an audience—a house mate, friend, colleague–anyone who is willing. If it makes … Continue reading

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Workplace Presentations: Stepping Out of the Classroom!

During the four years of college, most students grow accustomed to formal class presentations. But college rarely prepares students for the kinds of presentations they will have to do in the professional workplace. Instead of standing in front of a … Continue reading

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Nora Ephron on email: Takeaways for Professionals

In her final book,”I Remember Nothing,” Nora Eprhon, who seeemed to know she was writing her final farewell to her readers, devoted not one, but two of the essays to the increasingly toxic nature of email. She describes email like … Continue reading

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