Did You Pack a Plaid Jacket for Your Next On-Stage Presentation? Oh No!

Sleazy Retro BusinessmanIf you haven’t thought through your wardrobe, you may find yourself wearing clothes that detract from your next presentation. We don’t need to mention that you shouldn’t wear a loud plaid jacket, do we?

If you’re presenting in another city, you won’t have time to search for more appropriate attire. You need to …Read more…

Projecting Your Personal Brand in a Media Interview or Presentation

Have you ever asked yourself:Personal Branding Concept on Digital Background. what is it about me that would make an audience want to attend my presentation or motivate a reporter to seek me out for an interview?

We all like to think that we’re experts in our subject areas. But no doubt a web search would uncover many other highly qualified people in your field. Conference organizers and reporters are searching the web for experts who can …Read more…

Don’t Let Your Accent Derail Your Career

Work in a foreign countryThese days business executives will likely work in a foreign country at least once in their careers. That can be a cause for celebration because a transfer might be a move up the corporate ladder.

But making your way in a different culture poses unique challenges when you are required to speak in a foreign language. Your accent may …Read more…

Visualize Yourself Going for the Gold in Your Next Presentation

In a post-Olympics story, The New York Times wrote about how elite athletes visualize a successful performance.

Visualizing in Action

Visualizing in Action

They see themselves navigating the turns in a downhill race, and mentally visualize the course over and over. Skiers and skaters plan every jump, turn and landing.

As one Olympian said, “You have to smell it. You have to hear it. You have to feel it, everything.” The visualization even extends to how they would handle themselves in a news conference to …Read more…