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Hey there Without knowing the specific industry you're targeting I can only provide general advice. However, my background is in the technology sector with primarily specific experience in the Telco & Transport sectors. So if I draw on my own experience I would work through the following steps....

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Talk to strangers everyday... anytime your in a lineup, buying something, coffee shop, etc... learn to ask great questions and tell great (short) stories. There's books on this, like Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferazzi + many others.

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I'll urge you to reconsider. Speaking slowly and clearly in a presentation goes a long way in retaining attention and interest from your audience. I'll quote Paul Graham of Y-Combinator here "Err on the side of speaking slowly. At Rehearsal Day, one of the founders mentioned a rule actors use:...

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Excellent question, there's a couple factors that must be first addressed to give you the most effective answer: -Are the 75 participants loyal, returning guests or are they generally new faces? -Do you offer upsells at this event? This opens the potential to reduce ticket door revenue to inc...

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Talk more. Game walkthrough comedian Markiplier had his voice deepen considerably over the past couple years. https://www.youtube.com/user/markiplierGAME Don't concern yourself with his CONTENT; find a video from 2 or 3 years ago of his and listen to his VOICE...then listen to a recent video t...

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Hey. :) Craft a joke that's relevant to the situation. Touch on the core essence of why everyone is attending, or make light of something that's happening in current news, preferably in a context that relates to your subject matter. As a backup you can alway open with asking people why they're ...

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Hi, Doing lunch and learns is a great way to get the word out about your business. Here's the catch; who are you selling to? Employees may be very interested in what you have to say but do they get to make decisions on how training budgets are spent? It's a real question. In some businesses ...

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Practice makes perfect! If you have friends, family and/or mentors, practice for them and ask for constructive criticism. If you do it 100+ times and it's all positive feedback, there is no reason not to feel confident. I just went through @INcubes accelerator program - probably practiced my p...

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