I sometimes work with business leaders who, during high-stakes presentations, assume they should feel as confident on the inside as others look on the outside.
“Stop talking already,” my client said. “Everyone would appreciate it.”
Well, that’s not exactly what he said.
I was leading a management workshop one day when, suddenly, a huge TV fell on my head.
6 a.m. I’m on a treadmill in a NYC hotel, minding my business, doing my usual 45 minute workout. I vary 3 minutes of jogging with 2 minutes of fast walking and deep moaning.
An engineer is dying to tell her boss: “STOP sending me so many emails!”
Ever try to reform your boss?
You know it’s risky.
1) Too many slides; too few slides.
How many should you use? I usually say ten, only because it’s a finite number and it’s less than 1,000.