5 Ways to Make a Dry Presentation Come Alive

When you begin your presentation with disclaimers like, “This is pretty dry stuff,” and sarcasm such as, “I’m sure you’re dying to know about this,” you not only come across as weak, but the disclaimers are often self-fulfilling. If  you believe your material will bore people, you might tend to rush through the presentation, make jokes to apologize […] Read more

Stop Before You Start a Meeting

 When you step up to the front of a room, you have an opportunity to stop. Too often when we take the front of the room, we launch right into talking without really seeing who’s in the room—without connecting. We talk non-stop through the entire presentation. Yet it is the fearless, intentional pause that captures the […] Read more