VŠECHNY LEKCE ZDE
This, is always considered victory.
To work a room properly, you must learn the fine art of addressing everyone in your audience, while at the same time honing in on just a select few individuals, to make sure that they get special attention, and are not neglected.
Now, exactly who these people are all depends on your specific circumstance. Unless you are required to focus only on certain managers or sales people, try to divide your attention up fairly evenly between the men and the women and of course people of all ages in your audience.
Using Glasses as Props
Some people wear glasses. Depending on if you wear them, you may consider not using them when you give a presentation. Such decisions depend on your specific circumstances.
Some people have glasses which hide or obscure their eyes, while others wear designs which help accentuate their peeps.
By wearing glasses, you automatically denote a certain level of "seriousness" or studiousness. When you want to emphasize a certain point in your presentation, try removing your glasses only during that point, then put them back on only after you are finished emphasizing what it is that you wish to bring attention to.
Jokes of the Day
1. A blonde woman was standing next to a soda pop machine into which she kept putting money. Each time she did this, a new can of soda would appear.
Observing her for about five minutes, a man finally asks her what she is doing.
"Oh, that’s easy," answered the blonde. "Obviously, you’ve never been to Las Vegas. Can’t you see that I’m winning?"
2. Did you hear about the blonde who invented a pedal-powered wheelchair?
3. How about the blonde who invented an index to help her read her dictionary?
4. Or the blonde scientist who invented skinless bananas?
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