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6 Body Language Mistakes You May Be Making and How to Fix Them

A strong presentation is only as strong as the presenter himself.  A good presentation can be easily ruined by an unconfident presenter, or someone who is saying one thing with their mouth, but something entirely else with their body. Though it is heavily debated on how much of communication is based on non verbal cues, […]

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How to Adapt Your Presentation to All Types of Learners

Because of the difference in learning styles, everyone of your audience members will prefer to learn in a different medium.  Your audience will almost always have representation from all types of learning styles, which are Auditory, Reading/Writing, Visual and Kinesthetic learners.  Here we will discuss a bit about the characteristics of each of these are, […]

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How to Bring Your Presentation to the New Age

As time progresses, technology seems to increase at an impossible rate. It seems our ability to stay focused on one thing has deteriorated. Everybody has somewhere to be, something else to do, and can’t give their full attention to one thing at a time. So how do we as presenters adapt to the restless learners?

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