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February 17, 2009

Comments

Akweli

Craig, what a powerful post. Regrettably, something tells me the folks who need it most will be least inclined to heed its advice.

Putting the audience first seems like common sense, but it's surprising how many speakers get away with using the podium as a platform for self-aggrandizement.

In any case, I like how you analyze and dissect the process, and show that it's repeatable. Good stuff.

-Akweli Parker
Voorhees (NJ) Toastmasters

Johnette Henderson

Hey Craig. I actually have a business presentation to do on my own without any of my up-line leaders this weekend. And to say I'm nervous is an understatement. This article came at the right time. I'm going to tweak my business presentation and make sure that I'm following these tools so that I'm relate to my audience.

Thanks for your coaching and your willingness to share your expertise. I will let you know how it goes.

Johnette Henderson

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