On April 24 and 25 2014, I’ll be holding a very special public speaking training.
This training is special for two reasons. One, it’s an open training, which means that anyone can participate. I normally offer corporate inhouse seminars only. Two, the venue.
Thanks to my new cooperation with the Munich-based retention specialists . . . → Read More: Public Speaking Training In Football Shrine
Here’s the situation.
You have to present something. It could be a sales presentation, a pitch for funding, or a project update – whatever.
You create a slide presentation to visually complement your verbal and non-verbal communication.
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When I received a newsletter from Barcelona für Deutsche (Barcelona for Germans) the other day I got a shock!
Oh no, I thought, how can I fail so miserably?
In September 2013 an interview with me was published on the website of Barcelona für Deutsche. They do random interviews with German entrepreneurs . . . → Read More: When You Fail Run The Extra Mile
In PlusPlus – Patterns for Better Communication I talk about the content booster “uneven numbers”. The idea behind is that round numbers, for me, can never get rid of that tiny little trace of doubt.
Last fiscal year, in our department we had revenues of $ 2,000,000.
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I have to admit it! Ever since I tasted Red Bull for the first time back in 1995, I’m a great fan of the original energy drink from Austria. Some say it tastes like gummy bears. Well, I love gummy bears too!
The Austrian entrepreneur Dietrich Mateschitz had the original idea and . . . → Read More: Do You Want To Be A Burn Or A Red Bull?