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The Art and Science of Presenting-Episode 10 – Body Language

Posted By mauriced on Public Speaking

http://mindfulpresenter.com - In episode 9 we said that ‘If there’s a mismatch between what we are saying and how we are saying it then the impact of the words we use is significantly diminished; people won’t trust what you say.’ In other words when it comes to the way people feel about our message then what we say and how we say it both verbally and non- verbally are each critically important to building trust. In fact, we don’t have to utter a word to communicate as even if we aren’t saying a thing our body is still giving us away.The way we move our arms, heads, the way we stand, use our face and make eye contact are constantly sending messages.

The Art and Science of Presenting-Episode 11 – How to tell a story with impact

Posted By mauriced on Public Speaking

http://mindfulpresenter.com - Each of us have stories to tell which hold the wisdom and power to influence, inspire and connect with others in a way that facts, numbers and data can’t even come close. It seems to me that the last thing people really want more of at the moment is information. Emails, texts, social media, instant messaging, the media, our boss, colleagues and customers together with report after report after report; we are all drowning in information.

The Art and Science of Presenting-Episode 12 – How to make the right first impression

Posted By mauriced on Public Speaking

http://mindfulpresenter.com - How long do you really have before you make that all important first impression? Is it 5 seconds, 10 seconds or perhaps a little longer? Researchers at Princeton University believe that it takes only one tenth of a second for someone to judge us as soon as they see our face. That may be difficult for some people to believe but think about the last time you were introduced to a stranger - didn’t you get a feeling about them in an instant?

Six Real Examples of How to Open a Presentation With Impact

Posted By mauriced on Public Speaking

http://mindfulpresenter.com - If you go to work every day the odds are that regardless of your position you are likely to have to attend some form of presentation from time to time. Many of us also face the regular challenge of having to give them and having been on the receiving end ourselves we all know that there really is nothing worse than a boring one.We also know that we can tell within the first 60 seconds whether or not we will need to discreetly pull our phones out of our pockets to check our emails.

6 Big Mistakes Presenters Make When Closing – and how to avoid them yourself

Posted By mauriced on Public Speaking

http://mindfulpresenter.com - We are all familiar with crucial importance of creating the right first impression when presenting to an audience but even the strongest speakers sometimes forget the all-important last impression. Some of the best presentations can be undermined by a few moments of indecision at the end. 

The Power of Words – How I misjudged Toastmasters

Posted By mauriced on Public Speaking

http://mindfulpresenter.com - As a presentation and public speaking coach I’ve always been aware of Toastmasters International and its worldwide reputation for helping people to improve their communication and public speaking skills. My curiosity has led me to attend several of their meetings in the past to experience for myself the value they offer.

Get those butterflies flying in formation – 10 Tips for the Nervous Presenter

Posted By mauriced on Public Speaking

http://mindfulpresenter.com - Public speaking anxiety seems to me to be a little like the ‘tax man’. It doesn’t matter who you are, where you come from or what you do, it will come knocking at your door at some point.

How to Study For a Math Test the Night before the Exam?

Posted By TutorPace on Education

http://freeonlinetutoring.edublogs.org - Many student try to study for a math in the same way as they would study for geography exam. But in a real world they are not the same subject. You need a structural way to memorize formulas and equations and the best way to learn them by using and practice math. Here are few tips that will help you plan on how to study for a math test the night before and help you with getting a higher grade.

Apple does it again or does it? – Presenting the New iPhone 6S

Posted By mauriced on Public Speaking

http://mindfulpresenter.com - Apple has long been hailed as one of the most innovative, influential and admired companies in the world. If you’ve ever used any of their products it’s pretty easy to understand why.

The Secret to a Truly Memorable Presentation – PURPOSE

Posted By mauriced on Public Speaking

http://mindfulpresenter.com - ‘I want you to think back to the very last presentation you attended and tell me the one thing you remember from it’. We ask that question during each of our presentation skills workshops and sadly it’s extremely rare that any of the delegates say they remember anything of note. 

100 Lesson Plans And Ideas For Teaching Math

Posted By TutorPace on Tutorials

http://blog.tutorpace.com - Teaching Math is a great process, since it is oriented towards applications and practical thinking. The versatility of a teacher with innumerable innovative ideas on hand paves way for success in teaching Math. Or else, the classes become boring and the teacher could not get across his or her ideas successfully.

Events that are tracked as computer milestones

Posted By shkhanal on Education

http://mcqsets.com - Computers emerged as the most powerful and useful devices, that shape up the modern world, out of the gradual improvement and innovation of calculating devices and mathematics. Here, in this post, we present the major computer milestones.