Monthly Archives: February 2013

80% of success is showing up!

I stumbled across heaps of valuable learning this week by following this Woody Allen mantra. One opportunity I tried to defer to a colleague because I selfishly wanted to lighten my workload, and unselfishly,  I was hoping to distribute the … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Tardy Virtual Presenter

I have delivered virtual meetings for the last 5 years, and I have been a frequent presenter of face-to-face speeches, workshops, and training sessions since 1999. However, until last week, I had never actually delivered content as part of an … Continue reading

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How inquisitive should a speaker be?

This week I gave a speech where I asked a lot of questions – perhaps too many. You see my Toastmaster speech evaluator noted that this approach frustrated him. He said he felt impatient because of the extra time it … Continue reading

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