All posts in "Communications"

The 5 biggest mistakes people make when giving presentations – and how to avoid them

By Chris / 6 years ago

Created by Dianne Lowther of Brilliant Minds NLP in the United Kingdom. Visit her at www.brilliantminds.co.uk

1. Lack of Clear Purpose
I’ve seen lots of presentations that contained interesting, maybe even useful, information but still left me thinking, ‘So what?’ And I’m sure you have, too. This is what happens when the presenter lacks a clear purpose.

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7 ways to communicate effectively

By Chris / 6 years ago

One of the presuppositions of NLP is that the meaning of a communication is in the way it is received. I posted a guest post from Dianne Lowther of Brilliant Minds on this presupposition back in June of this year, but think it is worth visiting again. It is that important.

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Become a brilliant public speaker

By Chris / 6 years ago

Public speaking is a terrifying experience for many people. In fact, depending on the polls you look at… and believe… the fear of speaking in public is by far the most widespread fear around. It’s also the one thing that most people would least like to do. There is good news, however.

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The lost art of casual conversation

By Chris / 7 years ago

Last weekend my wife and I took our (now) 11 month old daughter to see her great grandma. My mother also decided to make the trip with us. While we often visit Great Grandma, and we see my mother nearly every day, it really never dawns on me how great these visits are. We sort of take them for granted.

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