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September 15, 2010

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Everything is important when making a presentation: your knowledge, your speech and oratorical skills, time taken for a preparation. Besides, you must love the subject and must have the ability to impart properly your message.
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Jake

Everything is important when making a presentation: your knowledge, your speech and oratorical skills, time taken for a preparation. Besides, you must love the subject and must have the ability to impart properly your message.

Mick

I agree. content is the king for any kind of audiance....

Kathy Reiffenstein

Hi TJ,

Thanks for stopping by.

Isn't that the truth!! One of my biggest challenges is getting my clients to focus on HOW they're going to deliver the message instead of on adding more and more and more content.

Best,
Kathy

TJ Walker

My clients are always focused on their content--and there is always way too much of it!

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