Do You Know What Your Audience Wants From Your Presentation?
One of the lessons learned from our many coaching sessions is this: don’t allow yourself to get complacent and think you can do the same old, same old as you plan your speaking engagements and media interviews. Analyzing...
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It’s OK to Have an Accent as Long as You’re Not Faking It
America is a melting pot of people from just about every country in the world. Most newcomers learn English when they get here and, if they’re already adults, will almost always speak with an accent. There is nothing wrong...
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Learn To Say No
Daring to Say “No” Without Ending a Client Relationship
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...
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Answer questions, Reporter Q&A
How to Answer Questions From a Reporter Without Messing Up
Always answer questions truthfully Once you’ve mentioned your key messages during an interview with a reporter, are you prepared to answer the questions that are sure to be asked? The Q&A can be the most important part...
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Turn Off That Cell Phone! Business Etiquette Still Counts
You’ve heard it too many times: the distracting, irritating, cell phone that rings or vibrates during the middle of a business presentation. Smart phones and cell phones are wrecking havoc with business etiquette and manners....
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Free video calling service
Don't Wear Your Pajamas on a Virtual Media Interview
If you were meeting a reporter in person for a media interview, you would be dressed in appropriate business attire. You can also have a face-to-face interview with a reporter using Zoom, or another video calling service...
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Presentations and Media Interviews are Easy – When You Know How
If you have not have visited the Newman Group’s website lately, then you’ve missed the videos that describe what we do and our approach to our specialties: presentation and media training. Plus, we are doing a significant...
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How to Zoom Back to The Future
Picturephone 1964 Lights . . .  Camera . . .  Zoom! Zoom, with a capital “Z”,  has become a verb in the American English language, almost as quickly as the word “pandemic” became part of our daily...
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Presidential Debate
Will Your “Tells” Derail Your Presentation or Media Interview?
Even after just about 60 years, political pundits still talk about the “tells” that derailed Richard Nixon’s bid for the Presidency in 1960. “Tells” are subtle changes in a person’s behavior or demeanor that are dead giveaways...
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