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“It’s the way you tell ’em” was the famous catch phrase of an Irish comedian when I was growing up in the seventies. And it’s true! In my speaking career I have learnt that some people are naturally funny, and some aren’t. Some can deliver funny material well and some cannot.
I’ve tried! I did some stand up at University. I’ve also experimented with improv and a guitar, trying …
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Personal Development on Sunday
I have just added the name Disney to the PCL1 wiki! I actually left the dinner table today (and then returned – all part way through the meal – and that’s not allowed in our house) in order to get a pen and paper and write down “Disney”. And all because my son was talking about Duck Tales.
Are you still with me? Are you asking what …
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Uncharacteristically more mature than any other barcamp style event that I have ever been to (and I think that’s 8 or 9 of them now) today’s #uxcamplondon was thoroughly stimulating and satisfying. The laid back and low key approach of the organising team allowed the delegates to take the lead (as they should at a barcamp) and I noticed a lot of first timers engaging in purposeful dialogue …
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Two things that I really enjoy are public speaking and messing around with computers. I am both an extrovert and a geek. So I am very pleased that PresentationCamp London is on the horizon and (amongst other things) will attempt to answer the modern question “how do you manage an effective presentation in this era of high tech”?
That’s especially relevant if you’ve ever had the experience that I’ve …
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Quite unexpectedly, the past week has thrown up three (or maybe four) opportunities for me to revisist my experiences as a business coach. Whether that’s coaching people on the mechanics of business or on the qualities of leadership, the “invitations” have reawoken in me a desire to take the issue forward.
As a BarCamp fan, I now have the prospect of getting involved in a niche camp. That could be a PresentationCamp or a CoachCamp, and I believe that there are two organisations in London who may already be willing …