The idea of choosing a topic for your speech should not be that hard, yet the “What am I going to talk about” seems to bewilder many. Even if your topic has been chosen for you, lining up what you … Continue reading
Category Archives: Persuasion/Negotiation
Once a week, I go to a meeting where I meet new entrepreneurs and potential clients. Before the meeting begins and again after it is over we have time to mingle and meet. The invariable question sounds simple but it … Continue reading
I watched this interview and was in awe. NRA’s Wayne LaPierre would not answer Wallace’s questions and Wallace was admit in pushing for an answer. I listened for LaPierre’s logic, and he is right when he says that all parents … Continue reading
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How do you motivate your audience? The question began in a LinkedIn group representing college faulty. “What music do you use on the first class to excite or calm your students?” My response was simple. Why do you need … Continue reading
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Whether negotiating that big sale, who sleeps on which side of the bed, punishment for a house infraction or discussing the two things we are not supposed to discuss, political and religion, one thing is certain. Those who hold to … Continue reading