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Fred E. Miller
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Professionals have coaches, Amateurs don't.
Professionals have coaches, Amateurs don't.

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A TWITTER Type Elevator Speech is . . . Sometimes Needed!

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A TWITTER Type Elevator Speech is . . .
Sometimes Needed!

Although “Less is More,” the TWITTER Type Elevator Speech can be challenging.

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Follow these suggestions for handling questions and your presentations will be absolutely –
NO SWEAT!

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Don’ts!

DO tell the audience, in your Opening, when and how you will be handling questions.

DO repeat or paraphrase questions, especially when a mic is not available and the question is complex.

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REALLY?

Perhaps, it depends how you define the terms,
“Public Speaking and Presentations.”


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YOU Don't Do Public Speaking.

Really?

When asked, “Do YOU ever do any public speaking or deliver presentations?” the answer is often, “No.”
Sometimes it’s “No-o-o-o-o! I would never speak in front of a group.”

Perhaps, it depends how you define the terms,
“Public Speaking and Presentations.”

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Personal stories reinforce points you make in the body of your presentation.

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Personal stories reinforce points you make in the body of your presentation.

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The Goal of All Communication; Visual, Written, or Spoken,
is the same. We want the recipients, as quickly as possible, to GET IT!

An exercise for helping your audience GET IT! promptly is to LESSEN things in your presentation. Think: Cliffs Notes, Executive Summaries, and Reader’s Digest.

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LESS is MORE for . . . Presentations and Elevator Speeches.
The Goal of All Communication; Visual, Written, or Spoken,
is the same.
We want the recipients, as quickly as possible, to GET IT!
An exercise for helping your audience GET IT! promptly is to LESSEN things in your presentation. Think: Cliffs Notes, Executive Summaries, and Reader’s Digest.
https://nosweatpublicspeaking.com/less-is-more-for/
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