The blogosphere -- fascinating world that it is -- consists of blather, banality and some brilliance. Luckily, when it comes to presentation advice, examples of brilliance aren't hard to find:
KATE PETERS, in Who Let the Frogs Out, shares practical remedies to deal with the voice that tickles, tremors or croaks during a presentation, just when you're about to make your most important point.
MARION CHAPSAL gives us a fabulous example of how to make a presentation memorable as she blends advice from the great rhetoric master, Cicero, with the metaphor of a cooking recipe in Cooking Recipe: Presentation a la Cicero.
SETH GODIN can always be counted on to find a unique way to look at things and in How to Use Cliches, he suggests using cliches to inspire the opposite.
MATT EVENTOFF teaches us 3 ways to use our breath to manage anxiety during a presentation in Fear of Public Speaking, Part II - Breathing Techniques.
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