Faltering and rambling words make for
going away with much confusion.
Hunched shoulders and a humped back make for
coming across as weak and unsure…
Disorganized presenting makes for
no buy-in, no trust, and no support.
A bad presentation
muddles what is done,
belies why it’s done,
obscures how to do it.
Exact and explicit words make for
going away with sound awareness.
Eye contact and open arms make for
coming across as strong and sincere…
Systematic presenting makes for
confidence, mettle, and conviction.
A good presentation
describes what is done,
portrays why it’s done,
explains how to do it.
An expert exhibition makes for
providing good opportunities.
A comprehensive conference makes
change possible with right attention…
Methodical presenting makes for
careful engagement in the process.
A clear presentation
assures follow through,