Monthly Archives: October 2012

Public Speaking: Part Two, How do I Write my Speech?

What else should a talk include?  A talk or speech should include a story to demonstrate a principal, an example of a payoff from the principal, a call to action and, if possible, some fun. Why should the speech or … Continue reading

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Public Speaking: Part One: How Do I Write My Speech?

After a recent networking event where we all had a chance to get up and pitch ourselves, some of the attendees asked me to write on public speaking, so here it is.  If you have a plan, understand the difference … Continue reading

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Problem Solving-Step Ten-Celebrate

Humans are celebrators.  In ancient times we celebrated the sun coming up in the morning.  Our ancestors weren’t absolutely certain the sun would appear so they celebrated when it did. We celebrate births, stages in our lives, the passage from … Continue reading

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Problem Solving-Step Nine-Evaluate

Congratulations on what you’ve learned so far.  You’ve learned that clearly defining the problem is the key.  You know how important it is clearly identify whether you are facing a problem or a condition.  You weighed different solutions, picked the … Continue reading

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