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3 Reasons why great presentations lead to success

According to American statistics, “The Fear Of Public Speaking” is THE No. 1 fear of people. Even greater than the fear of death!

This sounds terrifying on the one hand, but on the other hand, it offers a tremendous opportunity for those who overcome this fear! Read more

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Less is more! But what is this “LESS” and how can I find the “less” in my topic?

LESS IS MORE! BUT WHAT IS THIS “LESS” AND HOW CAN I FIND THE “LESS” IN MY TOPIC?

A business event – two weeks ago. Awesome location, interesting topics and… a firework of bullet points! A speaker steps on the stage and starts his personal firework. Five minutes later, 99 % of the audience members are playing around on their smartphones to escape the “death by powerpoint”. But the guy keeps on firing his bullets for another 30 minutes. Does that sound familiar to you? I am sure it does! Read more

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Presentation is a high-performance sport – there are NO miracles

Presentation is a high-performance sport - there are NO miracles

In springtime, magazines around the world are full of weight-loss tips. No matter where you look, everywhere you’ll find “do this and you loose 10 kg (20 pounds) in a week” or “avoid this to get in shape in 5 days”. All of these tips have one thing in common – they promise miracles just by changing one thing in your life. Do you believe in miracles? No? Good, because miracles don’t happen! But I am sure, you knew that already, right? Read more

Are event organizers responsible for the quality of the keynote and other presentations?

Are event organizers responsible for the quality of the keynote and other presentations?

8.55 a.m., the room is fully packed and the audience is waiting in anticipation The conference is about to kick-off with the keynote speech, held by a well-known expert in his field. Many of the people in the audience have come from away and paid a high price to see him live and to be part of an inspiring day full of interesting topics. Read more