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On The Ground: Why Build Presentations (Build To Shield)

Presenting – like other forms of two-way communication - can be tough because we can never entirely control how our audience or we, ourselves, will react.

We might fear that no one will listen, that the audience won’t like us or what we’ve got to say. Or we might be worried that we’ll lose our thread, let our nerves get the better of us or forget to make our key points. What if someone asks a question we can’t answer?

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“An idea is something that won’t work unless you do.” - Thomas A. Edison

On presenting, appealing, persuading, influencing and communicating, and on seeing presentations as an ebb and flow caused by our own gravity, a tide under our control and to our service, not the other way around.

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