Nail the First 60 Seconds of Your Presentation

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  • Never make routine announcements in the first 60 seconds. Do not drone on and on about people you want to thank or how honored you are to be invited to speak today. Do not rustle your papers or check your notes. Do not cough or take a sip of water. You have 60 seconds to win over your audience. Do not be routine.
  • Linked In: 110+ articles | Profile Slideshare: 20+ free decks Website: Kasanoff.com Book: Smart Customers, Stupid Companies Phone: 203.341.9448 Email: bruce@nowpossible.com Created by Bruce Kasanoff Images from Shutterstock
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  • Never make routine announcements in the first 60 seconds. Do not drone on and on about people you want to thank or how honored you are to be invited to speak today. Do not rustle your papers or check your notes. Do not cough or take a sip of water. You have 60 seconds to win over your audience. Do not be routine.
  • Linked In: 110+ articles | Profile Slideshare: 20+ free decks Website: Kasanoff.com Book: Smart Customers, Stupid Companies Phone: 203.341.9448 Email: bruce@nowpossible.com Created by Bruce Kasanoff Images from Shutterstock
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