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The Rule of Three

  • August 22, 2019
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Does planning and organizing your speech seem overwhelming? Not sure where to begin and what to include? Don’t panic! The Rule of Three is here to help. For centuries, we humans have grouped things into threes, making three a subconsciously comfortable number for many things. Using the rule of three will not only help you […]

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What’s in it for me?

  • July 12, 2019
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That is the question that all audience members ask themselves as they listen to a presentation or speech.  Should I pay attention?  How much do I care about this?  Is there something else I should prioritize? So it is critical for all speakers to gain the buy-in of audience members.  You can’t assume because they […]

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Who Is Following You?

  • July 12, 2019
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As a Leader, you’re more effective if people willingly follow your lead. This would mean that they have “bought into” and support your vision. Clearly communicating your vision in early July goes a long way toward completing your Club Success Plan by the end of July, and reaching Distinguished status the following June. That clarity […]

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