Saturday, July 31, 2010
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
And lo, he took me up on my deal.
By now I have 10 of them finished.
I'll try two break in, at least once a week and give you some fat content.
Thursday, July 15, 2010
From time to time, I have prepared visual aids on the topic of Exceptional Customer Service.
Because it is so vital to business, , , on any platform. So here is Suzie with six suggestions for performing excellent service, whether beginners or experiences users. Enjoy!
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Listen up, , ,
Every time you speak, you need to have fresh, new, highly credible material for your audiences. One thing that adds spice to your information are interesting and meaningful quotations, , , not many, , , but two or three.
There is no better place to find these quotes than Terri Gullemets’ QuoteGarden.com. You’ll find quotations form the worlds authorities in every category indexed for you.
I have made finding these quotations even easier for you to access, , , creating what I call Quotation Slideshows.
These slideshows allow you to view twenty or more wise sayings in only two or three minutes, superimposed over scenic photography.
Every audience you faced needs to have their thinking challenged, , , so I have created a slideshow simply called, Thinking.
I hope these great quotes help you in your quest for giving a better presentation.
Monday, July 12, 2010
One program they teach is the Kolb Team Learning Experience. It will guide your team through the Cycle of Learning, providing your team with opportunities to experience, reflect, think, and do.
Here’s my little Musical Model that outlines much of what this program is all about.
Friday, July 9, 2010
That will be coming in a few days.
Today, I have for you a quick, a newly practical musical model entitled, The Convergence Concept. (See the “5 Questions for Paco” video at http://pacounderhill.com/news/)
In my visual aid teaching, this model form is called Venn Circles.
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
It’s 680 pages provides comprehensive coverage of the subject.
They including theoretical approaches, reading processes, stage models of reading, cross-linguistic studies of reading, reading difficulties, the biology of reading, and reading instruction.
The volume is divided into seven sections: 1. Word Recognition Processes in Reading, 2. Learning to Read and Spell, 3. Reading Comprehension, 4. Reading in Different Languages, 5. Disorders of Reading and Spelling, 6. Biological Bases of Reading, and 7. Teaching Reading.
Margaret J. Snowling and Charles J. Hulme do an excellent job of editing this informative handbook.
I have done something different for you as I prepared my quotation slideshow. I’ve focused on the glossary. Here is great information for the communication minded public speaker and educator.
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
He is also an expert in the use of signage in retail, , , which makes his ideas important to every presenter, , , he knows the problems of information design that many speakers face.
His book, Why We Buy: The Science of Shopping--Updated and Revised for the Internet, the Global Consumer, and Beyond, is classic in his industry and has many ideas relevant to the public speaking business.
Here is my latest quotation slideshow based on Underhill’s book, Why We Buy.
Enjoy, , ,
Monday, July 5, 2010
, is a classic and for decades he has spoken to sold out auditoriums around the world.
But, first he is a family man, a God fearing husband, father and grandfather, etc.
Because of this, he has written another book, Dear Family. I consider his thoughts in this book as valuable as those from his best-selling books on sales and motivation.
Here are some of the quotations from Dear Family
set on the backdrop of morgueFile.com bicycles.