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February 09, 2008

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Jacques

I really find the last 8 lines from D. Rose very inspiring. I always focus a LOT (sometimes too much in fact) on the flow of my presentations. The best way to get the message across is to make sure that it flows smoothly to interested ears. It really is inspiring to me !

It also helps a lot non-born english speaker to make sure their point goes across. If the presentation flow, the broken english will not be noticed too much. If it does not, then it will become the focus of the attendance.

Am going to check more on D. Rose - Thanks Garr

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