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The Single Most Overlooked Essential In Media Training

By Jerry Weissman / August 30, 2017

Make sure you understand the question before you jump into the answer.

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5 Rx: Phone Fixation Syndrome

By Jerry Weissman / August 1, 2017

A list of solutions for the dreaded Phone Fixation Syndrome

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Is It, Like, OK To Say 'Like'?

By Jerry Weissman / July 18, 2017

Removing “like” from your vocabulary is a must!

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Toscanini, Hemingway, and Effective CEOs Aspire Higher

By Jerry Weissman / July 10, 2017

Presenting is challenging, and is becoming ever more challenging with an almost daily parade of advancements in mobile and virtual presentation technology. Always strive to aim higher in your goals and achievements. Take a lesson from Toscanini and Hemingway, and keep perfecting your skills.

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Google Gets It Right In Just Two Steps

By Jerry Weissman / May 30, 2017

Google gets it right with benefits over features.

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Presentations and Email

By Jerry Weissman / April 17, 2017

Write your emails with clarity and purpose, and be sure the recipient knows what’s in it for them.

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Ten Positive Actions Make for a Powerful Presentation

By Jerry Weissman / April 16, 2017

Alter your presentation perspective with tips from William McRaven who leads by example.

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Saved From Death By PowerPoint

By Jerry Weissman / April 14, 2017

If you want to learn about a solution to an age old problem, read more here…

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'Show Some Teeth' and Other Misguided Coaching Commands

By Jerry Weissman / March 1, 2017

This blog was originally published on Forbes as ‘Show Some Teeth,’ And Other Misguided Coaching Commands on Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Public and private companies spend hundreds of millions of dollars every year to develop what is broadly termed their “messaging.”

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How To Present A Fireside Chat In 4 Easy Lessons

By Jerry Weissman / March 21, 2016

This blog was originally published on Forbes as How To Present A Fireside Chat In Four Easy Lessons on Sunday, March 20, 2016. In case you haven’t heard, presentations delivered standing behind a lectern are out and fireside chats are in.

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Clinton And Sanders (Almost) Victory Speeches

By Jerry Weissman / February 3, 2016

This blog was originally published on Forbes as Clinton And Sanders (Almost) Victory Speeches on Tuesday, February 2, 2016. “Fake it til you make it!” is a phrase often attributed to recovering Alcoholics Anonymous, but it came roaring to mind last night watching the television networks broadcasts of the results of the Iowa Caucuses.

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Republican Debate: Marco Rubio Wins With 7 For 7

By Jerry Weissman / August 11, 2015

This blog was originally published on Forbes as Republican Debate: Marco Rubio Wins With 7 For 7 on Monday, August 10, 2015. Rupert Murdoch’s animosity for Donald Trump is a given; and so is Mr. Murdoch’s knack for sensational media.

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Trump Trumps All Other Candidates

By Jerry Weissman / July 21, 2015

This blog was originally published on Forbes as Trump Trumps All Other Candidates on Monday, July 20, 2015. Granted, Donald Trump now leads all other candidates in the competition to become the Republican nominee for president, according to a last week’s USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll, but I am referring here to his trumping all other candidates in […]

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How Obama Handles False Assumptions

By Jerry Weissman / July 18, 2015

This blog was originally published on Forbes as How Obama Handles False Assumptions on Friday, July 17, 2015. “When did you stop beating your wife?” is the classic false assumption question because it implies that you have indeed been beating your wife.

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The Iran Treaty: Obama Channels His Predecessors

By Jerry Weissman / July 15, 2015

This blog was originally published on Forbes as The Iran Treaty: Obama Channels His Predecessors on Tuesday, July 14, 2015. When President Obama announced the historic nuclear treaty with Iran, his statement echoed the words of his predecessor, Ronald Reagan.

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Marco Rubio Ducks The Donald Trump Question

By Jerry Weissman / July 14, 2015

This blog was originally published on Forbes as Marco Rubio Ducks The Donald Trump Question on Monday, July 13, 2015. Ever since Donald Trump made his controversial statement about Mexicans during his announcement of his intention to seek the Republican Party nomination for president, his poll numbers have surged.

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Obama's Amazing Grace

By Jerry Weissman / July 8, 2015

This blog was originally published on Forbes as Obama’s Amazing Grace on Tuesday, July 7, 2015. President Barack Obama’s eulogy for the victims of the shootings in Charleston, S.C. earned much well-deserved attention and praise

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Chris Christie’s Wrong Foot

By Jerry Weissman / July 1, 2015

This blog was originally published on Forbes as Chris Christie’s Wrong Foot on Tuesday, June 30, 2015. When New Jersey Governor Chris Christie took his first formal step today into the highly crowded and challenging competition to be the Republican Party candidate for president, he was off on the wrong foot.

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Andreessen Horowitz Shows How To Avoid The Worst Death By PowerPoint

By Jerry Weissman / June 24, 2015

This blog was originally published on Forbes as Andreessen Horowitz Shows How To Avoid The Worst Death By PowerPoint on Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Of all the many bad raps against PowerPoint—TMI (Too Much Information), MEGO (My Eyes Glaze Over), Data Dump, Show up and Throw Up, and “Just mail me the deck!”—the worst is The Laundry List, in […]

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The Sixth Success Factor For Startups: The Perfected Pitch

By Jerry Weissman / June 16, 2015

This blog was originally published on Forbes as The Sixth Success Factor For Startups: The Perfected Pitch on Monday, June 15, 2015. “Startup Veteran” sounds like an oxymoron but it describes Bill Gross perfectly. Fresh out of Cal Tech in the 1980s, he started, grew, and sold three of his own companies.

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What’s Missing from the Story on Gender Equality?

By Tanya Fruehe / May 4, 2015

The recent celebration of International Women’s day on March 8th has brought a remarkable amount of awareness to the state of women and equality.

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