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Backpacking into the New Year

I grew up in a family that was rich with traditions. One of my favorites was our tradition of “packing” into the new ...

The Secret to Presentation Success: Napping

Napping might seem like a luxury for someone who has less responsibilities or who isn’t as driven as you are. But the...

How to Build a Strong Argument, Part 3: Inductive Reasoning

We are in our last installment of a 3-part series on argumentation. On Monday, we examined Stephan Toulmin’s model of...

How to Build a Strong Argument, Part 2: Deductive Reasoning

If you are wondering how to get your foot in the door with potential clients or build agreement with your audience, d...

How to Build a Strong Argument, Part 1: Toulmin’s Model

This week we’ll look at three ways to construct a strong argument. Keep in mind that argument doesn’t mean a fight. I...

Questions To Ask Before You Commit To Speak

Alexander Graham Bell famously said, “Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.” As a speaker, you may...

How to Organize Your Presentation

Down the street from where I live, a new home is being built. My girls and I have enjoyed watching it go up from the ...

3 Reasons To Strengthen Your Transitions

When developing presentation content, we often talk about the “big” things like introductions and conclusions and mai...

How To End Your Presentation With Impact

Most speakers spend lots of time and energy preparing the introduction of their presentations, but the same doesn’t a...

How to Edit Your Presentation Content More Thoughtfully

You can’t have a great presentation without great preparation. Your success as a speaker directly correlates to the w...

For Better Content, Let It Simmer

There’s a crucial step I use for every presentation and speech I ever give. I call it “the simmer.” In cooking, this ...

The 4 Persuasive Pitfalls You Need To Avoid

You’ve got a big persuasive pitch coming up, and you are wondering how to get your audience on board. Before you ever...
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