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All spice Christmas cake with vanilla cashew cream
Cookbook author, making Indian food healthy
4. Blend the satsumas with almond milk and melt the coconut oil. You can add the dried fruits into the coconut oil while
Eight Great Tips for Rocking Trade Shows
Owner of Restaurantware.com
There are many different types of trade shows around the country. All business cultures run trade shows as way for the different members to gather. Do some research on the different trade shows in and around your area, and pick the shows that relate mostly to your company.
One Dance Away From Steve Jobs
Annicken R. Day
Founder & CEO Corporate Spring
A few weeks ago I was the Master of Ceremonies on a leadership conference on engagement and change in Oslo. One of the keynote speakers was Daniel Walker, CEO of Human Revolution Studios and Steve Jobs' Chief Talent Officer at Apple between 2000-2005.
Drumming With Words
Greg J. Stone
Media strategist, author of Artful Business: 50 Lessons from C...
I have what famed Cream drummer Ginger Baker calls the "gift of time." I'm not bragging, by any means. It's just that I have always had an instinctive ability to keep a beat -- at least at the level of an amateur drummer.
7 Essential Tips to Prepare for a TED Talk
Author | Musician | Speaker | Activist | Troublemaker
As I am getting ready to present my fifth TEDx talk, I wanted to share some of the best practices I've learned along the way on preparing for a TED talk. Of course, these are just general ideas that work for public speaking as well.
Tickle Some Funny Bones at Your Next Speaking Engagement
M. Shannon Hernandez
Founder of The Writing Whisperer, Author & Speaker, and World ...
Whether preparing for a business presentation, giving a wedding toast, defending your thesis or raising money from investors, remember one thing at your next public speaking engagement: Once you step on stage you are in show business.
Big Presentation? Don't Do It, Have A Conversation Instead
Executive Onboarding Expert, PrimeGenesis
There are some great presenters. There are people to whom any of us would gladly pay money to let us listen to them read the phone book. The odds are that you are not one of them.
: Making Noise in San Francisco (and Beyond)
Branding expert and co-author of the business book "I Hate Peo...
Twist Three: The performers have never seen the slides in the presentation -- and the images on the slides have nothing to
Educator's Perspective: New Presentation Delivery Platforms
Dr Sriya Chakravarti
Professor, Thinker, Globe Trotter
It seems to me that the next generation of online presentations is the call of the hour and there is great hunger for new presentation technologies world wide both at academic and industry level.
How to Give the Best Presentation You Possibly Can
Director of the Media Sandbox, Michigan State Univ. Instructor...
Your goal as a speaker is to be relevant to your audience, engage them, have them learn something and then perhaps persuade them to do something with this newfound knowledge.
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How to Complete All Your Facebook Tasks in Just 4 Hours: A Tim Ferriss Presentation
On-Air Personality, Founder @WhatsTrending
"The 4-Hour Facebook" video provides insider tips on Instagramming your food, mastering FarmVille, ignoring Zynga Bingo, and much more so that you can set these measly four hours aside and make time for the truly important things in life.
Want Your Kids to Eat More Fruits and Vegetables?: Use Your Creative Side When It Comes to Their Plates
Joanna Dolgoff, M.D.
Pediatrician, Child Obesity Specialist, and Author, Red Light,...
Hey parents, don't assume your kids share your preferences for food. According to a new study, young children prefer plates that feature a wide variety of foods and colors. Here's how to do it.
Presenting Yourself on a Budget
Founder, Simply Be Good, a health & lifestyle consulting compa...
Presenting yourself is everything when it comes to landing a job. This starts with your resume and ends with a hand-written, thank you note after your initial interview.
How to Avoid Death by Presentation
If you are suffering from death by PowerPoint -- or presentations in general -- here are several ways that you can simplify and improve your communications.
Hans Rosling: Let My Dataset Change Your Mindset
"Ideas Worth Spreading"
Hans Rosling uses his fascinating data-bubble software to burst myths about the developing world this summer at the U.S. State Department.
Spin vs. Topspin
can escalate to distortion or even to outright deception,
is the direct approach you can use to get the advantage.
Speed Kills in Q&A
What a concept: listen! Listening has become a lost practice in our culture. For those people who still retain a semblance
A Lesson from Professor Marvel
The Professor then offers Dorothy a crystal ball reading and asks her to close her eyes and concentrate. As she does, the
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