Make Decisions Stick

“There are three kinds of yeses. There’s commitment, confirmation, and counterfeit. People are most used to giving the counterfeit yes.”

– Christopher Voss

When we need to gain commitment from our meetings and presentations, let’s make sure we set the


Leverage Transitions in Virtual Presentations

In a virtual presentation, transitions can be used to engage your audience, pull them to your next key point, and retain their interest. While most transitions are only a sentence or two in length, they provide the links – like


Conference Presentation Crutches to AVOID

Speaking at a national meeting or conference is about as high stakes as it gets when it comes to presenting. The lights, the big stage, the large audience! To ease nerves and feel prepared, it’s human nature to want to


3 Strategies to Bring Good Luck to any Presentation


It’s not luck that turns the Chicago River green each year on the Saturday before St. Patrick’s Day – it’s a crew of 6 people, 2 boats, 3 flour sifters and 40 pounds of environmentally-friendly orange powder.

As Benjamin Franklin