In this episode, we are going to be discussing that competitive edge - the difference maker that will improve your public speaking and propel your presentations forward. What is it? You guessed it based on the introduction. Hobbies.
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#016: The Primal Presenter Knows When to Use Synchronous vs Asynchronous Communication
13:39In this episode, we are going to be discussing how working remotely provides a number of benefits and perks. Employees are provided with more autonomy and the ability to work how and when they choose. However, this freedom can also create communication habits that may not be the best for everyone.
#015: The Primal Presenter Shares Big Ideas
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#014: The Primal Presenter Understands the Basics of Great Presentations
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#013: The Primal Presenter Rehearses Well
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#012: The Primal Presenter Knows How to Pitch
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#011: The Primal Presenter Knows How to End a Presentation
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#010: The Primal Presenter Knows How to Start a Presentation
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