for a strong, fast pick-me-up
An earlier post – still relevant! This time of year when the cooler weather starts, my mind turns to rugby.
When you present you want to be prepared to handle any problems that pop up unexpectedly – for example: equipment problems, interruptions, and delays.
The best way to be prepared is to have a plan where people know what to do – and to practise implementing that plan.
When I help people prepare for big business presentations – I get presenters to have a plan if something does go wrong. They may not have to use the plan – but it’s good to be prepared.
We can all learn a lot from the Wallabies recent Bledisloe Cup victory.
Yes, I’m a bit of a “rugby nerd” – but many of my Australian and Kiwi and South African and Brit clients seem to enjoy rugby comparisons when I help them improve their presentations.
Appreciators of rugby seem to understand the importance of drills and “moves” and preparation.
The recent Bledisloe Cup
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