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GOP Debate: Zingers And Counterattacks

By Jerry Weissman / September 17, 2015

This blog was originally published on Forbes as GOP Debate: Zingers And Counterattacks on Wednesday, September 16, 2015. Among the many factors generating high anticipation for tonight’s Republican presidential debate—Will Donald Trump tangle with Carly Fiorina, will Jeb Bush ramp up his energy, will Ben Carson continue his ascent in the polls?

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Carly Fiorina Proves Again That Presentation Counts

By Jerry Weissman / September 3, 2015

This blog was originally published on Forbes as Carly Fiorina Proves Again That Presentation Counts on Wednesday, September 2, 2015. 42nd Street, the venerable Hollywood film and Broadway musical, tells the classic story of the understudy who becomes a star.

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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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Getting Ready For Tomorrow's Republican Debate

By Jerry Weissman / August 6, 2015

This blog was originally published on Forbes as Getting Ready For Tomorrow’s Republican Debate on Wednesday, August 5, 2015. The heated anticipation for tomorrow night’s debate among the 10 leading contestants of the 17 vying to be the Republican presidential candidate, has become superheated by Donald Trump’s surprisingly rapid rise to the top.

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It's All About You? Never!

By Jerry Weissman / August 1, 2015

This blog was originally published on Forbes as It’s All About You? Never! on Friday, July 31, 2015. During the recent NBA Championship series, when the Cleveland Cavaliers fell behind the Golden State Warriors 3 games to 2, their star, LeBron James, was asked by a reporter whether he felt pressure.

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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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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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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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Three Ways Klay Thompson Handles The Media As Well As A Basketball

By Jerry Weissman / June 9, 2015

This blog was originally published on Forbes as Three Ways Klay Thompson Handles The Media As Well As A Basketball on Monday, June 8, 2015. Sports press conferences, which are intended to be a postmortem of a match, are usually nothing more than a fan fest in which the media ask harmless questions and the athletes and coaches provide boiler […]

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Scott Walker Gets Bitten by the Sound Bite Again

By Jerry Weissman / June 2, 2015

On Forbes, Jerry discusses an important lesson in cadence as learned by Scott Walker.

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An Anniversary For The Gipper

By Jerry Weissman / May 18, 2015

Jerry commemorates the anniversary of the end of World War II and one of Ronald Reagan’s greatest speeches.

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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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How To Remember What To Say And Four Ways To Make It Stick

By Jerry Weissman / April 21, 2015

“Public speakers who use the technique often lapse into a “first-this-then-that-and-then-this-and-last-but-not-least” laundry list…”

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Four Presentation Skills from Five Corporate Leaders

By Jerry Weissman / April 15, 2015

Please see Jerry’s latest blog post on Slideshop.

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Hillary Clinton Does It Her Way

By Jerry Weissman / April 13, 2015

In sharp contrast to the recent elaborately produced mega-events staged by Senators Ted Cruz and Rand Paul to announce their candidacies…

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Audiences Revolt Against PowerPoint

By Jerry Weissman / April 2, 2015

After suffering endless hours of torment enduring encyclopedic slideshows, long-suffering audience are trying to find new ways…

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Two Presentation Lessons from Ted Cruz

By Jerry Weissman / March 30, 2015

In a carefully-orchestrated event at Liberty University, a Baptist school in Virginia, Mr. Cruz pulled out all the production and rhetorical stops in a rousing speech…

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Netanyahu and Rhetoric

By Jerry Weissman / March 23, 2015

Love Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu or hate him—and given the political firestorm he has generated in the past month…

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The Year’s Most Tasteless Attempt at Humor

By Jerry Weissman / March 11, 2015

The hot topic of Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations has drawn acres of commentary, among them a piece in last week’s Huffington Post by Robert Kuttner…

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Why Chegg Stock Popped 30%

By Jerry Weissman / March 6, 2015

Chegg, the online learning platform for students, whose stock has declined and underperformed for most of their first year as a public company…

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