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The secret to last!

Two weeks ago, while we were preparing the release of our second book, we realized that we would be publishing our 100th Zetip today! We naturally felt that time had sped by too quickly. It was at the beginning of 2014, one week after the official start of ZEPRESENTERS, that we decided to create a…

Don’t be afraid to think big!

This week we have a very pragmatic tip concerning your presentation aids. You regularly read between the lines in these tips about the importance of not throwing yourself headfirst into PowerPoint. This software can do many things, but it is not an optimized tool to organize thoughts, let alone build an effective storyline.  But once…

What is your worst flaw?

Who has not had a flaw that plagues their life? It can be physical, psychological, linked to our entourage, our studies, our parents… and we have to learn to live with it! The exercise of presenting and more generally of public speaking, has the particularity of confronting us regularly with these little shortcomings, which we…

Have you ever had the impression you were slowing others down?

Training on public speaking has always held a certain charm… Because, when you think about it, nobody really wants to be there. There’s a simple explanation; those who love public speaking rarely feel concerned, often wrongly, and rarely participate in these types of training courses. And the others know full well that they are going…

Can you access 100% of your intelligence?

You regularly read in our Thursday tips about the need to create desire. Therefore, when you’re in front of people who are afraid, suspicious or who have prejudices, you cannot settle for arguing your case. First you need to prepare them to listen to you. But we must recognize that there are beliefs that die-hard.…

It’s better to arrive late than to arrive ugly!

You must be wondering what has gotten in to us! And yet this title reveals one of the fundamentals that drives us: the ability to perform well regardless of circumstances. Many public speaking methods promise that you’ll learn to feel at ease and get rid of stage fright. This is not our position. Though serenity…

The art of pitching at the service of a job interview

We regularly talk about the importance of knowing how to build an effective pitch, whether it is to generate interest, foster trust or convey a key message. Today, we will adapt the art of pitching to an often-dreaded specific exercise: the job interview. Whether we need to pitch a project to an investor or demonstrate…

How to free yourself from how others perceive you?

When speaking in public, many of you have experienced what is called the “tunnel effect”. This is a very strange feeling, when you finish speaking and you remember almost nothing of what you have just said. You may have a few sensations – of saying or doing something – but apart from that, it is…

To speak is to have the power!

We often say that during a presentation the audience has the power. It decides whether to listen to you, to grant you credibility and to subscribe to your ideas… or not. But this is largely a misnomer because when the sum of individuals who make up an audience suddenly go quiet to listen to the…

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