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Type of MBA B-School Extempore Topics (Popularity: )
You are given a topic to speak upon for 5 minutes non stop - You are evaluated by a panel of 3 or more selectors - The panel will be evaluating your body movements, composure, clarity of thoughts, and most importantly fluency. - The panel will also attempt to make you nervous by playing psychological games with you. One of them may keep a glaring look throughout the extempore, or ...

Wedding Toast - Ideas to Help You Prepare (Popularity: )
Wedding toasts are one of the most, if not the most, important and memorable parts of the wedding reception. The words that are uttered are cherished by the bride and groom for a lifetime. The responsibility of presenting a wedding toast or speech is stressful. This article is going to give you some tips and wedding toast ideas. *If you are unsure of what to say find a poem that you ...

Wedding Toasts - Tips For Success (Popularity: )
Wedding toasts are very special and memorable to the new couple. There are many guests that usually deliver a toast. The most traditional people who have this honor along with preparing a wedding speech are the father of the bride, the groom, and the best man. Trying to find the right words when delivering these wedding toasts can be very stressful. After all, you will be talking in front of ...

What Does Golf Have To Do With Presentations? (Popularity: )
As a professional speaker you will always look for different ways to approach a topic. Consider looking at the world of competitive sports and it’s application to speaking. Let’s look at the world of golf. You may not be a golfer but there are some powerful golf tips that you can apply to any presentation. 1. Study The Greens For Better Putting One golf expert suggested looking at the overall slope of ...

What's Your Point? (Popularity: )
How many times have you sat through a presentation, only to walk out wondering "what was the point of that?!" Whether it was a one-minute presentation or one hour, if the audience doesn't know what the point was, then the presentation was not successful. Here are some things you can do to ensure this doesn't happen to you: Have a message. What is the one thing that you want your audience ...