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Claudio Sennhauser
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Swiss living in Thailand. Passionate about Demo and Presentation Skills.
Swiss living in Thailand. Passionate about Demo and Presentation Skills.

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Many experts agree: one of the best ways to capture the attention of your audience is by using props in presentations. Bill Gates released live mosquitoes in the auditorium when he talked about malaria in his famous TED Talk. And boy, did he get the attention of every single audience member!
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A good story in presentations captures — and keeps — the attention of listeners. They want to know how the story unfolds. They want to know how it ends.

Today I want to share the five essential ingredients with you, and talk about how they fit into your presentation.
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Are you ready to transform your writing?
12 Writing Exercises That Will Transform Your Copy Today

Effective copywriting boils down to one thing: keying into your prospect’s overriding need.

Your headline is the means of stopping your prospect in his tracks, of focusing his attention on one single thought: that overriding need.

The rest of your copy must amplify that need.

And that’s what the following 12 exercises are all about: helping you flesh out and sharpen that overriding need without repeating yourself.

http://rnmkr.me/1EkTLex
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How should you start your demo? Too often, a sales engineer just jumps into the water with both feet. Wouldn’t you rather start it like a runner – on the right foot and getting closer to the finish line with every step?
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Winston Churchill knew what he was talking about when he humorously said: “A good speech should be like a woman’s skirt: long enough to cover the subject and short enough to create interest.”

Keep your presentation short and your audience will thank you. I promise!
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Are you an English Teacher in Thailand looking to get a new job for the new academy year?  Here are some tips that will help you find that dream job.
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I just posted this article on my blog. I'm curious to hear from teachers and students in Thailand, and anybody else with some insight/interest in Thai culture.

If you have an opinion about the subject or ideas how to minimize cheating in Thai schools, I'd love to read about them. Please leave your comment directly at the bottom of the blog post, as it will have more longevity than a comment here on Google+. Thanks!
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Have you ever thought about making your own website, but didn’t know where to start? 

Having your own website is a great way to share your experiences with others. It gives you more control and creative freedom than any social network…and it is actually quite easy. This short article helps you to get started.
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And the message here is: If you are buying a house, buy it close to Starbucks.
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