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January 04, 2011


Arjen van Doezelaar

Thank you for sharing this with us all. Good 2011 to you as well. Still teaching at Kansai Gaidai Daigaku I see? Good thing. Really enjoyed your class on HR in Japan in spring 2007.. wow.. such a long time ago already!

Greetings from Amsterdam!

Charles Martineau

Hi Garr,
I will order your book ASAP - For some reason, amazon takes forever with my recent orders (its been a month that I am waiting for my kindle). Anyhow, I am sure your book will be success and I'll try to pass by KG when I go back to Japan next month - I'm actually getting married in Japan! (scary..haha)
I wish you could pass by Canada but that's up to me to find resources at my school to make you come and present!
Good luck for 2011!



Congratulations on the new book!

I am exceptionally honored to be part of it. You are one of my heroes, and I feel so proud to support your work.

Here is to more naked presentations!

All the best,


Annalie Killian

Would you like to come to Sydney to run a workshop on Naked Presentation as part of our Creativity Tapas that leads up to Amplify Festival of Innovation & Thought Leadership that I curate and produce ( http://www.amplifyfestival.com.au) Any Friday in May is good?

Sandra Zimmer


I love the idea of the naked presenter! Wish I had thought of it. When we can stand open and transparent in front of others then nothing is in the way of making authentic connection. And we can literally receive the flow of attention from others as support instead of something to brace against.

So much of what we call stage fright is fear of being who we are in front of other people. I work with helping people transform the fear of speaking so they can shine when they share their ideas, insights and expertise. My program helps folks become naked speakers. I invite your readers to visit my wbsite and blog for some compelling ideas on how to become a naked speaker.

Thanks for letting me share and many thanks for the inspiration you are!

Sandra Zimmer

Fred E. Miller


I learned many things from your book, Presentation Zen, and am looking forward to reading The Naked Presenter. (I can almost feel the breeze now!)

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