Six tips for using numbers in a speech

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Numbers present a special challenge for speakers. Especially after surviving the American education system, speakers may approach a speech as a paper out loud. That has a lot of problems, and one of the biggest can be the temptation to throw a bunch of statistics at people out loud that they would have trouble processing even if they could read them. Continue reading “Six tips for using numbers in a speech”

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Three more misconceptions that sink presentations

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A few days ago, I posted Three Misconceptions That Sink Presentations. We could go on and on, but right now, here are three more. Continue reading “Three more misconceptions that sink presentations”

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Out loud is not for details

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You really can only set about one solid idea every 10 minutes or so. That happens to also be about the length of time you can hold someone‚Äôs attention. I believe the two are closely related. Continue reading “Out loud is not for details”

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