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Even when you don’t realize it, you’re constantly pitching

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Without noticing, everyone of us is pitching everyday. We’re always pitching ideas and trying to persuade others. Pitching is essentially is getting an idea cross in a limited amount of time, whether it’s an elevator pitch or a pitch deck in front of investors.

Key purposes for pitching (Know Thyself)

There isn’t one size fits all…

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Good is always better than perfect

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No one knows. No one must know. You’re all alone and you’re on your own. Up there on the physical or metaphorical stage, it feels lonely. You’re by yourself. You expect yourself to be perfect (or the closest thing to that). The people watching you or listening to you also…

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Listen. Speak. Repeat

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I see you. I hear you. I feel you. I’ve been lonely. I’ve seen failure. I messed up before. I tried. Wherever you are in the world, you’re in the business of humans. As a fellow human, you need other humans in order to go by your life. Being human…

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How to speak with power and conviction

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Aside from your brain, our voice is our most valuable communication instrument. Having a voice is almost always associated with every conversation on empowerment and self actualization. Finding our voice means being seen and heard, physically and metaphorically. Our voices are capable of infusing great meaning into everything we say…

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Speak to me as you know me

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Trevor Noah is one of my favorite speakers. Is he a public speaker? No, he’s a standup comedian. But I could listen to him speak for days upon days. Much like so many people in the world, English is not his first language and it should not be the reason…

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What truly matters is the story behind that data

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Jerry Seinfeld got most of his inspiration from the people out on the streets going about their business. He collected the little pieces of data about them and put his own spin on it. …

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Making your presentation wholesome and engaging for all

Accessibility is not limited to physical surroundings. Our communication through presentations can also be accessible. The photo is a sign of an accessible entrance.
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Engineers know this. When you’re designing something, whether it’s a product, a bridge, or a piece of online content, you have to think of both those you’re including and other’s that you are excluding by your design. You also have to consider those being impacted by your design decisions.


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Bring individual stories and talk about your passion

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Let me start by saying, I believe in the humans behind every great social work. Those humans believed in a cause and made us see what they see and feel exactly how they feel. They repainted our reality and reimagined the world.

I was struggling the last couple of weeks…

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How to connect with yourself and others when you present

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We tend to forget sometimes that the people who present and the people we are presenting for are humans. We focus on the information presented and the techniques that we almost lose touch with the people we are presenting for. …

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The importance of preparing for your presentations to boost your confidence and control your nerves

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When it comes to feeling like a fraud or an imposter in front of an audience, I think I had my fair share of that feeling. I think all of us felt that way at some point. Many high-achieving professionals struggle with the imposter syndrome when presenting their work.


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