YOU ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR IN YOUR PRESENTATION. It is not the multimedia computer program, the nine-screen slide show, or the $60,000 video. It is you. This chapter will help you to develop a winning style. Since image is based on perception, you will learn what it takes to become a “10” in the eyes of the audience.
52. Remember that You Are Number 1 With the Audience
53. Look Like a “10”—for Men
54. Look Like a “10”—for Women
55. Communicate Eyeball to Eyeball
56. Take Up Space
57. Don’t Get Stuck
58. Avoid Fiddling, Fidgeting, and Flagrant Fouls
59. Show Your Glow (Smile!)
60. Stretch Your Style
61. Evaluate Your Style
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