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Don’t use jargon. However, if you must then this will help

Jargon: Special words or expressions that are used by a particular profession or group and are difficult for others to understand Speaking in jargon is a presentation hazard faced by technical or highly educated speakers.  A speaker can be so involved with a subject that he doesn’t even notice that he is doing it; jargon […]

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The wonderful randomness of a TEDx event

In coaching the speakers for a number of local TEDx events I have been privileged to get to meet some of the most interesting minds around.  Both for me and especially for the TEDx audience there is great stimulation in being exposed to an amazing randomness of subject matter.  For example, take TEDxGreenville, which in […]

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