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Everybody has been, at some point in their life, stressed over money. Fortunately, there are tips which one can find extremely useful in periods difficult to manage.
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When facing money issues, you might find that a good solution is making a plan.
This implies identifying your financial stressors as well as establishing ways to decrease your expenses.
Whenever you find yourself in difficulties related to how to handle the stress that managing your money brings, try to not give in to addiction, but rather seek professional support or, even better, think outside the box and find new ways to turn the issues into opportunities in order to make necessary changes.
Know who you are speaking to. It will help you tailor the talk and will help keep the audience engaged.
Is the audience of your speech going to be mainly fellow psychol...
"I imagine that I'm going to present to my grandmother, who had a fifth-grade education." Barry Schwartz, PhD
Remember that there also used to be a time when you didn't know the information you are delivering.
Give a talk that makes people feel like they're smart and like they want to learn more about the topic.
Talk to persuade, not just to inform.
Rattling off facts and figures and talking at the audience isn't effective if they aren't interested in what you are saying.
Be clear about what you want the audience to walk away with when they leave and use that intent as a structure to frame your talk.
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