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Straight Talk, Issue #12 -- Things to check before you present
September 04, 2007
, Investigate, before you talk!

In this Issue of Straight-Talk! newsletter ~

1. Pre-presentation investigations

2. Featured Quotation

3. We welcome a new SBIer!


1. Know them first, then address them

The importance of knowing your audience cannot be emphasised enough. A little investigation about demographics will enhance your presentation and get you the desired outcome. Find out about your audience's age, gender, socio-economic backgrounds, before you start preparing for your speech/presentation.

..Read more here..


2. Featured Quote

"Try to forget yourself in the service of others. For when we think too much of ourselves & our own interests, we easily become despondent. But when we work for others, our efforts return to bless us." ~Sidney Powell~


3. We welcome a new SBIer!

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome a subscriber, who went a step further and purchased SBI! during my 2 for 1 promotion.

You are most welcome. You will soon know why Mr. Evoy, Sitesell's President, says - "SBI! does not have just customers, it has raving fans!" Enjoy every minute of the process, follow the action guide and use me, the forums, and Sitesell's support team whenever you need a little guidance. But I tell you, the action guide (the guru in your ear) takes you by the hand...

"When opportunity knocks, a grumbler complains about the noise." ~Authour Unknown~


Our Vision

Here in, we believe in the power of words. We believe in the necessity of enhanced and effective delivery of speeches to create better understanding, empowerment and information. Talk should teach, guide, heal, empower and inspire. It should not destroy, demean, lie, gossip, cheat, swear, or destroy. That kind is cheap and useless. That is our vision and that is what we stand for.

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