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A Simple Hack To Make Presentations More Engaging

A Simple Hack To Make Presentations More Engaging

Have you ever faced this dilemma? Recently, I gave a 20-minute presentation via video conference (Zoom). I had given a similar presentation at an in-person event and had used a few slides as illustrations along the way. However, I purposely avoided making the presentation slide-heavy. The slides were the garnish, not the main meal. The …

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Why You Love Or Hate Online Learning

Why You Love Or Hate Online Learning

Do you love or hate online learning? Why? In this nugget, I’m exploring the pros and cons of self-paced online learning, and I’m comparing it to “online learning VIP style.” The toastmaster who gave the speech I mention in this nugget is Swaran Singh. I’m Curious What is your experience with unfacilitated or facilitated online …

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Document Your Experience In A FastChanging World

Document Your Experience In A Fast-Changing World?

Does It make sense to document your experience when the world is changing so fast? You know, my answer is a resounding “Yes!” But there is a twist to it. Does It Make Sense To Document Your Experience When The World Is Changing So Fast?  I came across an interesting article by Gary C. Laney entitled …

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Would you like to see a real-life company training portal that is the result of Brilliance Mining™? I am showing you this to inspire you!

How To Create Your Custom Training Portal: A Case Study

Would you like to see a real-life company training portal that is the result of Brilliance Mining™? I am showing you this to inspire you! It all started with explaining a sophisticated software product to potential customers to help them understand how the product becomes a game changer for them – and hence, why they …

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delegating is the hardest when you need it most

Delegating Is The Hardest When You Need It Most

Delegating is the hardest when you need it most. We tend to “muscle” through busy times. By that, I mean we continue to do tasks that we have not become comfortable with delegating. Can you relate? That practice is no longer possible when the work exceeds your bandwidth – despite working late and on weekends. Delegating has …

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About A Geeky T-shirt, Costco Encounters, And A New Multimedia

About A Geeky T-shirt, Costco Encounters, And A New Multimedia Book

Here is a quick story for you – and a really cool announcement! Thank you, Irene Donnell and Tahnee McHenry, for making that happen! What an amazing surprise and (early) birthday gift! I’m Curious Do you have a “geeky” T-shirt? If so, send me a photo, please. Maybe we will have a geeky T-shirt contest …

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how to recognize the brilliance hidden in your brain

How To Recognize The Brilliance Hidden Inside Your Brain

When I speak in front of groups or have a one-on-one conversation, I often ask, “Do you consider yourself brilliant?” It’s probably not surprising that most often people are humble and they say, “No, I don’t consider myself brilliant,” because they think of people like Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking or Albert Einstein or any person …

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