The Brown Bag: A Lesson about Presentation Delivery and Perception

Created: Wednesday, November 14, 2007, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:10 am



Keep your message concise. Keep it clear. Keep it simple. And most importantly, be yourself. People will judge you. That is the fact of life. However, let them judge you for who you really are – not a poser, but an authentic voice.

Scott Schwertly explains more here…

Categories: delivery, techniques

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