April 2015

Is there really an Art of Presentation? by RS Mallory

Is there really an “art” or secret for doing an effective Presentation? Always remember to KIS- Keep it Simple AND remember that you only have your prospects attention for a very short time. Your presentation should present the facts without fairy tale……Read...

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Self Promotion by Mark Davis

It’s all about you How would you describe yourself? If put on the spot and I said you had to stand up and tell 100 people why you were such a great person… what it was that separated you from……Read...

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Treat People Like Cows by Zig Ziglar

My dad died during the Great Depression when I was five. Six of us children were too young to work outside the home, but all of us did our part around the house. Our economic survival was built around five……Read...

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Essential Skills for a Commanding Presence by David Feinstein

“I came, I saw, I conquered”– Julius Caesar. Most successful business people present themselves on a different wavelength that separates themselves from the pack. Presenting oneself in a large group can go either way, either disastrous or great. Some of……Read...

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The Zen of Prospecting by Dr. Joe Rubino

When it comes to prospecting for network marketing leaders, there are two Zen rules I suggest you must always keep in front of yourself. In fact, these rules are outlined on a sign I keep right by my phone for……Read...

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It’s Not About the Sandwich by Traci Brown

I’ve always heard that Elvis Presley loved a sandwich he’d gotten in Colorado. Peanut butter, jelly and bacon on French bread. And I’d always wanted to try it and thought you could only get it in Aspen…pretty far from my……Read...

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The Art of the Presentation by Paul Peccianti

A good presenter, whether it is one on one or to a group knows the listener is always thinking “What is it going to do for me.” The focus needs to be on the other people and not on the……Read...

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The Art of Presentation by David Solomon

As far back as I can remember, I heard that speaking to a group was the most common fear of adults. Later, as a student of The Dale Carnegie School, I witnessed this phenomenon, over and over, as student after……Read...

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