Using Transition Phrases to Keep Your Audience Engaged in Your Presentation

You’ve worked hard at making your presentation convincing with key messages and pictures. Let’s be honest, however. Even the most interested audience will wander off mentally at least once during your presentation.

Many won’t be able to fight the compulsion to take a look at their smart phones. So how should you keep your audience

Daring to Say “No” Without Ending a Client Relationship

Say no to a client?

Say no to a client?

Sometimes it’s just easier to give in and say “yes,” even when you believe you should be saying “no.” That’s certainly the case when your child is pestering you for another piece of candy in a quiet movie theater — or, when everyone in a group is ready

Your Presentation is About More than Just the Words You Use

Words, Pictures, Actions

Think about it. There are only three forms of communications: words, pictures and actions and how you combine them.

When you’re giving a presentation, or counseling an employee, the words you use are important. But it’s your facial expression and body movements that can convey so much more meaning. They make you a commanding presence

Labor Day is Coming: Is it Time to Gear Up for the Busy Fall Season?

Shift Into High Gear

Labor Day is coming and it’s back to school for millions of school children … be it virtual, in-class or hybrid. But this national holiday also signals the unofficial end of summer, when companies shift into high gear to meet their revenue targets for the year. But will that