The key to success with presentation—and storytelling in general—is to focus not on getting approval or a particular response from the audience, but on giving something meaningful to them. That is, it’s not about getting but about giving. Many years...
The best speeches are well rehearsed. You may be surprised to hear me, someone who specializes in applying the principles and technique of improvisation to the workplace, say this, but it’s something I truly believe.
When I teach my programs on humor skills to other presenters I ask about their greatest obstacles to using (or even experimenting) with humor. The answer is always the same: The fear of failure. Nobody wants to feel like an idiot, and standing there after you’ve told a failed joke is the easiest path to idiocy, right? Wrong. Let me explain.Failed jokes (or any other attempt at humor) are forgivable. In fact, sometimes failed humor is even lovable. We all have that crazy and fun person in our liv
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