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Present Like a Pro – 5 Tips from TEDx

Posted by Kristin Halvin

Wed, Mar 06, 2019 @ 11:00 AM

Jennifer Purdie is the youngest American to run marathons on all seven continents, including Antarctica. When presenting, she subtly challenges her audience as she describes how she endured extreme sea sickness, dehydration, glaciers, mud, sideways rain, and attacking birds, to complete the Antarctica marathon in a little over six hours. Jennifer reveals that she completed this marathon and many others because she visualizes ahead of time as many things as possible that could go wrong, and then visualizes overcoming them. She invites us to do the same as we take on our goals.

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Topics: Credit Unions, banking, banks, presentations

Using Stories in Business Presentations

Posted by Kristin Halvin

Wed, Mar 07, 2018 @ 11:00 AM

In my previous post, “The Four Elements of a Successful Presentation Opening,” I suggested that there are six ways to open a presentation: a story, a show of hands, a visual or prop, an outrageous or provocative statement, a rhetorical question, or a quote. While I believe that a story is the best way to open a presentation, if you don’t open with a story, you should at least have a few stories within your presentation.

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Topics: Financial Services Industry, Processes & Procedures, presentations

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