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November 03, 2010


Marco Salomão

The three Cs are really nice to perform a great presentation. I am learning a lot with this blog. Here in Brazil people are used to create boring presentations with no images and lots of text and bullets.
I am trying to spread some of your ideas in my company. It is really great.

Michael Pierce

Through this article (presentation), you made a contribution and triggered a change. :) The notion of thinking of a presentation as an opportunity to contribute resonated with me. It is something that I will carry forward into my next opportunity to present. I'm convinced that it will change my entire approach.


I love your work and put it into use every time I do a workshop or video. Thanks for talking about connections. :)

elizabeth ferris

I agree completely with your emphasis on contribution.No matter what field a person is in, successful professionals understand that establishing trust is the foundation for building a business of giving a great speech. The number one way to build trust is to spend time making a contribution to your community and showing an interest in others.

"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give"
-Sir Winston Churchill

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