Monthly Archive: June 2009

Jun 25

How to Make Research Presentation Interesting or Funny

How Do You Make a Presentation Interesting? Some people ask; “How do you make a research Presentation interesting or funny?” Inevitably you will, at some point, want to give a funny work presentation or maybe you have to give a funny medical presentation, or what have you. If I was in your shoes, I wouldn’t …

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Jun 17

Are You an Effective Compere at Public Functions?

An aspect that businesses frequently ignore is having an effective compere at public functions. Compere, MC, Emcee whichever spelling you choose it’s important to have someone who gain capture everybody’s attention. Aside from providing the entertainment through humour, they can also help with the time management of an event. Whether it’s a fundraiser or you’re …

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Jun 15

Are there funny things to do Presentations on?

I sometimes hear people say things like this: “I have to do a work presentation and I want to do it on something funny.” Or they ask “are funny things to do presentations on?” It depends on what your goal is. If this sounds like you my suggestion for you would be to focus on …

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Jun 14

Best Coaching Blog Contest – Please Vote for Me

In a previous post I mentioned that my blog is in a contest to find the Best Coaching Blogs of 2009. I’m trying to break the Top 10 (currently lingering at the 12-13 mark). If you enjoy reading this blog, please click the UP arrow to give me a point. If you are able to …

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Jun 12

Humorously Speaking, part 3

Here’s a post about the 3rd project in the Humorously Speaking manual. The first video in this series is viewable here Humorously Speaking 1. and the 2nd post is here. There’s more to creating humour than just comedy writing techniques; this video goes “beyond the rule of three”. As I’ve said before, if you want …

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