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When asked if the university stifles writers, Flannery O’Conner quipped that the university unfortunately doesn’t stifle enough of ..read more

The verbal up-tic is a ubiquitous speech pathology afflicting folks under thirty.  Its most common manifestation is Uptalk. Once it grips ..read more
Business School Presentations by Stanley K. Ridgley - 7M ago

Apply the Rule of Three to the middle section of your presentation. You have delivered your introduction, and you know your conclusion ..read more
Business School Presentations by Stanley K. Ridgley - 8M ago

Most presenters don’t know how to stop talking. Why? Because they don’t know that it’s a technique that must be practiced.  Needless ..read more
Business School Presentations by Stanley K. Ridgley - 8M ago

Too often, we can find ourselves rambling or roaming in a presentation, and this usually means we’ve strayed from the hoary principle of ..read more

Everyone knows about the atrocious speech pathology called Uptalk, but there’s another speech pattern that sounds much like uptalk and ..read more

In business school, you will espy classmates who demonstrate a pathology of unpreparedness – they “wing it.” People do this for a ..read more

For public speakers, one of the most insidious destroyers of confidence is the silent room, a room flooded with ambient silence. A room ..read more
Business School Presentations by Stanley K. Ridgley - 1y ago

Business Presentations are filled with paradoxes, especially where executive charisma is concerned. For instance, the Power Zone of ..read more

Presentation Meltdown can strike at the oddest moments and leave us with shattered confidence. You’re in the midst of an especially ..read more

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