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A droning monotone or a presentation laced with distracting 'filler words or phrases' can negate the desired effects on an audience. The objective of a communication or presentation is either to inform, persuade or motivate the listener. From a simple 'yes' or 'no' answer to a Question to a presentation spanning several hours, it is the responsibility of the speaker to keep his or her listener engaged. "Make Your Next Presentation Gourmet" is a summary of what I have learned during my years of making presentations. It is based on years of evaluating and mentoring speakers,: Identifying their presentation strengths and making suggestions on ways to improve. The scope of the contents starts with choosing a topic and ends with the presentation before an audience. It includes the story of how one person overcame the terror of speaking and gave a memorable presentation to her management. It is intended to be an aid for the occasional presenter at their company, agency or organization; to those wanting to speak in public; or to those that want to speak more confidently and effectively at a public forum. It is presented in a concise format for quick reading and ease of understanding.

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