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capsule wardrobe

Creating a new ‘look’ for your presentation – a lesson from my wardrobe!

I saw a great blog the other day about the importance of having a capsule wardrobe.  This has long been an ideal of mine: I say ideal because anyone who knows me knows that I am like most other people with a wardrobe full of favourite items, items too small/large, fashion items woefully out of […]

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Oh how we hate making a fool of ourselves! Lessons for adding some oomph into our presentations.

Working with a client recently reminded me of doing a jigsaw puzzle. We had most of the pieces there but it wasn’t quite making the full picture! The words were there (carefully crafted, elegantly sequenced, engagingly engineered).                             The will was there […]

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what landscapes and obligation have to do with presentations

I was listening to Richard Eyre the director speaking on Radio the other day. It was interesting hearing how he goes about directing a play or film from the beginning. He described it as ‘creating a landscape from scratch, with a world, people, language and activities’ This world was for the audience. It made me […]

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How to learn and remember a presentation…or an argument for not using notes in a presentation

I came across a story the other day that really made me pause and think. An elderly gentleman in his seventies had prided himself on his good memory all his working professional life. As a medical doctor and professor he had been able to learn and recall information easily and almost without thought.  As he […]

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