Our exec. used to say no to speaking engagements, now he's practicing, learning and improving!
Featured posts from Jim Endicott:
The Art and Science of Confidence
4 Ways to Accomplish 3 Things in 2-Minutes
The One Presentation Skill That Anchors Them All
A 5-Step Pre-presentation Game Plan
The Price to ‘Achieve All You Want to Achieve’
Results from Distinction’s 2013 Presentation Impact Survey
How Politicians Have Screwed It Up for All of Us
Are Your “Key Takeaways” a Needle in a Haystack?
Distinction in Rwanda on an Important Mission
Distinction’s 2012 Presentation Impact Survey – Best Practice Comments
The Price of an iPad Too High? Thoughts on Life & Legacy
Motivation for a Moment… Skills for a Lifetime
The Final Word on Storytelling and the Art of Presenting?
3 Special Olympians – Courage, Caring & Compassion
A Morning with the Emerging Leaders of Oregon
Finding Your Groove Thing
Sage Advice for Presenters in 2011…
5-minutes to create an impression? How About 5-Seconds
Why Do Our Clients Send Us Around The Globe?
Facts Just Aren’t What They Used to Be
Bogus Tips for Presenters – Part 1
Bogus Tips for Presenters- Part 2
Repetitions and Reputations
Beyond Normal Fear
Techonology Issues Still Take First Place as Biggest Frustration
What You Can Learn From Your TV Weatherman
4-Minutes, 56-Seconds and a Wad of Paper
Sales Training – Not a Check in a Box, It’s an Outcome
Double 20 oz. Mocha w/Light Chocolate & Whip
Gone Sailing – A Presentation Tip for Skippers & Sr. Execs.
The British Open – A Lesson for Presenting leaders
Making an Audience Think vs. Making them Feel
Finding Your Presentation Metaphor
Never the Paint Brush – Always the Artist
The Myth of the Perfect Presenter
Your Worst Presentation Disaster
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