• 5 Essential Presentation Pointers, Part 5: How to End your Speech

    Posted on September 19, 2015 by Donald Parker in Blog, Presentation Tips.

    Here we are at the end of our series. If you’ve been following along, you’ve given a great intro,learned how to pace yourself and how to keep things rolling very smoothly. All this hard work would be for naught if at the end of the presentation we just fell flat on our faces. The way […]

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  • 5 Essential Presentation Pointers, Part 4: The Fastest Way to Lose Your Audience’s Confidence

    Posted on September 12, 2015 by Donald Parker in Blog, Presentation Tips.

    In this part of the Essential Presentation Pointers series, we’re going to cover something that is awfully important. It’s an easy pointer, this time. In fact, you don’t have to actually do anything at all. This time we’re going to cover something you need to take away from your speeches. The Fastest Route to Amateur: […]

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  • 5 Essential Presentation Pointers, Part 3: How to Breathe when You’re Public Speaking

    Posted on September 1, 2015 by Donald Parker in Blog, Presentation Tips.

    So far in this series we’ve covered how to kick off your speech with a great intro and how to keep it flowing smoothly with an outline. But while you’re presenting this outline, there are couple things you should do to keep yourself calm and collected. It all has to do with breathing and, done […]

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  • 5 Essential Presentation Pointers, Part 2: Have an Outline

    Posted on August 26, 2015 by Donald Parker in Blog, Presentation Tips.

    Now that you’ve knocked your audience dead with your introduction as covered in Part 1, it’s time to deliver the rest of your presentation. The best way to do that, for most of us at least, is NOT right on the spot in front of the audience while you sweat in the stage lights. The […]

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  • 5 Essential Presentation Pointers, Part 1:Have a Strong Intro

    Posted on August 24, 2015 by Donald Parker in Blog, Presentation Tips.

    There’s a world of difference between an excellent speaker and a merely adequate one, but those things are a matter of time, practice and honing your craft through experience. Without that experience, however, there are still some things you can do right out of the gate to make sure you don’t crash and burn. These […]

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  • Establish a Mind Link

    Posted on August 22, 2015 by Donald Parker in PreOrganisation.

    Commander Spock of the Starship Enterprise must establish a mind link with the alien form lying before him. Carefully placing his finger on the temple of its bulbous head, Spock forces his consciousness to meld with that of the intruder. With a dizzying burst of insight, the mind link is complete. Spock’s consciousness is one […]

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  • Coaching Models

    Posted on August 20, 2015 by Donald Parker in Blog, Coaching Tools.

    Coaching is a lot more than a game of questions and answers. Ability to listen attentively and ask the right questions is necessary for any good coaching relationship though – a good coach knows how to make chance for someone to look at his/her situation differently. Apart from that, there are a lot of techniques […]

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  • How to Find a Good Personal Coach

    Posted on August 20, 2015 by Donald Parker in Personal Coach.

    “Life coaching” as a concept has been around for a long time. Most people are familiar with it to a certain degree. Many people are unaware of it as a viable professional option… or, likewise, as an option for them to take advantage of, should they find themselves feeling trapped and confused by the intricacies […]

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