Articles tagged with: Speaking
I have, today, been to quite an exciting and entertaining meeting of the London Blog Club where a strange ranty lady extolled the virtues of being strange and ranty and a lady. Unfortunately, I fail to qualify on all three counts.
But I did, in a roundabout way, learn a lot about communication.
Granted, a big ego can entertain a room, and strange ranty lady did get quite a few laughs and seemed to get away with a good deal of profanity. However, I am not sure that she had a message …
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When I was young I had a copy of the single volume “The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe”. I was very young! I am now old! And I don’t remember the story much, apart from the fact that some children went into a wardrobe which led them into a magical world on the other side.
Now I am reading “The Complete Chronicles of Narnia” with my young son. …
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I talk on the subject of Time Management. Much of the material is common knowledge, and more often than not we have heard it all before yet we fail to implement it.
However, I do have one unique insight on Time Management and it’s a little wrinkle that helps some people to manage their time more effectively. So it may come as a bit of a surprise to you …
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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 …
Kings Cross is going up in the world and I was privileged, recently, to have a look around The Guardian’s new head office at Kings Place. Their move from the old Farringdon Road HQ is practically complete.
To celebrate their newly acquired jewel, they have kindly agreed to support Barcamp London 6 which is taking place over the weekend of 28/29 March 2009. Now . . . what is a Barcamp I hear you ask? Well, it’s just what it sounds like . . . you go and camp in a …
Would your business benefit from the delivery of a powerful message? Who do you know who has presence? If you walked into a busy room, how many people would notice? If Alan Sugar walked into a busy room, how many people would notice? OK, so some people just have it, and the rest of us have to learn it.
And when you speak, do people stop and listen? Nowadays, everyone stops and listens when I speak. It wasn’t always like that and I have had to learn from experience. Ten years …