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5 global meetings megatrends
Associations Now
Sequestration and the government shutdown have affected the meetings industry — both inside and outside of associations — over the past few months. And while planners must navigate these situations in the short term, it's also important that they think about trends that may affect their meetings and events in the years ahead.
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The myths of uniqueness and being the best
Speaker Magazine
Many people complain about the external forces that keep them from their goals. But it's becoming clear that the very things holding us back are often our own fears, insecurities and concerns. When someone is confronting a wall of resistance, it's easy to quote Nike and say "Just Do It," but it often requires a more pragmatic approach.
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Top 20 essential tips for public speaking that will make you become a better speaker
VKool
Whether it is your first time speaking in public or your 100th, public speaking can be daunting. Feeling some nervousness before giving a speech is natural and even beneficial, but too much nervousness can be detrimental. The following are 20 proven tips for public speaking that teach you how to control your butterflies and give better presentations.
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Pinterest and your personal brand: 7 steps to pinning your life, work, way to success
Fast Company
Whether you're a real estate agent, an advertising executive, or an up-and-coming blogger, now is absolutely the time to start using Pinterest to build your personal brand. Although the image-based social network is still struggling to generate significant revenue, its user base continues to grow well beyond just home decor lovers, brides-to-be, and food enthusiasts. There are currently about 25 million people using Pinterest, and more and more, these pinners are small business owners looking to build their personal brand.
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8 things never to say during your presentation
Ragan
We have all sat through many presentations in our professional lives. Unfortunately, far too many of them are "less than awesome." Usually, the wrong things are repeated by those who aren't thinking or don't know any better.

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Tips to stop using the 'F word'
Speaker Magazine
Speaking for associations can be very time consuming and costly; but there is a way to get a little coin in your pocket while giving back to your community, getting some practice in, and solidifying your reputation as an expert.

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10 tips for more engaging presentations at events
Event Industry News
If your presentation begins slowly, or your audience loses faith in your abilities, they may switch off. And once they're gone, they're very hard to get back. Read on for more tips on how to make your presentations more engaging.

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Why face-to-face meetings are overrated
Inc.
You know the feeling. Everyone's sitting around a table, ideas are building on ideas, and intellectual sparks are lighting up the room. It's tempting to think that this kind of magic only happens when people can see and touch each other.
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Increase your website credibility in the age of content marketing
Small Business Trends
As content marketing increasingly becomes the standard avenue for building trust and gaining credibility with customers, your website is going to have to keep up with the trend. Heavy-handed and "salesy" strategies that may have worked a few years ago in order to get email opt-ins or conversions just aren't going to cut it anymore.
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6 signs you're using social media wrong
Forbes
Anybody can sign up for a social media account and understand its general premise. Does that make you capable of using it for business? Like anything in business, social media (done right) requires extensive experience and understanding of people, some technology and — most importantly — marketing.
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Your conference attendees avoid and crave change simultaneously
Midcourse Corrections
It's quite ironic actually. Our brains do everything they can to avoid change. Yet at the same time, our brains increase their engagement and focus when change is involved. Our brains crave change to keep us connected to the situation at hand.
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2 alternatives to advertising: Get published, featured in media
The Huffington Post
Advertising is expensive. In addition, chances are that you most need to advertise when you have the least amount of business, which also happens to be when you have the least amount of funds available to advertise. Been there, done that? Fortunately there are two alternatives to advertising: getting published and getting featured in media.
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What the best leaders understand about themselves
American Express OPEN Forum
Truly great leaders know themselves well. They understand their dreams, aspirations and what motivates them to succeed, and this knowledge allows them to lead well and inspire others to succeed. "From Thomas Edison to Mary Kay Ash to Steve Jobs, great leaders throughout history tap into their strengths, talents and even their quirks to become world changers," says Karen Zeigler, a life strategist for women in leadership, who provides business coaching, including leadership development training.
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