Keywords: Public Relations
Originally, I wanted to study English. My goal in life was to become an editor; however, I didn’t know exactly what I meant by that. Did I want to edit copy? Did I want to be the editor of a magazine? Did I want to work for a book publisher? In the end, I learned that being an English major required too much reading and too much abstract thinking. So, I switched my major to public relations, and I think it will get me farther in life than English ever could.
Keywords: preparation , public speaking , audience , hecklers , presentation skills , the three keys to great presentations , toronto star
What part of my expertise best suits their needs? Ignoring that vital part of preparation would be like subjecting a captive audience of strangers on a boat to a lecture on the Three Keys to Great Presentations. A few may care somewhat, but most would tune me out or, at best, resort to scratching their heads (at worst, tossing me overboard).https://csuiteblueprint.wordpress.com/2021/07/20/bad-public-speaking-instruction
Keywords: Inspiration , Personal Development , Writing , Courage , effortless , entrepreneur magazine , essentialism , Fear , Greg McKeown , Jason Feifer , Nick Wolny , templates , thinking , What if this could be easy
I want others to read what I write or interact with me in the courses I teach and feel they have gained value or insight or seen things from a different point of view. Of course, if they are also entertained, all the better! But entertainment is not the primary goal.http://mljudd.com/2021/09/14/need-to-find-the-courage-to-write-publicly