Saturday, 29 May 2010

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Presentation Skills

  • Know the contents well that you're going to talk about -
  • Be passionate about your topic
  • Start with the agenda and finish with a summary
  • Add links page
  • Ask the audience if they have any question at the end
  • The last thing would be your "Thank You" always!
Presentation Materials
  • Always prepare your presentation materials before the presentation: slides, demos, contents
  • The material of your presentation should be concise, to the point and tell an interesting story.
Your voice - how you say it is as important as what you say

Body language - a subject in its own right and something about which much has been written and said. In essence, your body movements express what your attitudes and thoughts really are.

Appearance - first impressions influence the audience's attitudes to you. Dress appropriately for the occasion.

practice is essential, both to improve your skills generally and also to make the best of each individual presentation you make.


Monday, 17 May 2010

From Pain to Power

One of the best ways to understand and develop commendable qualities such as Self-Confident within is to go through and understand what their antonyms are:

Pain Power

Worried, Upset, distressed, disturbed

Hopeful for good, taking it easy, reassured
Fearful, Afraid Courageous, Brave, Bold, Risk-taker
Indifferent, Cold, disinterested Caring, interested, compassionate
Negative thoughts Powerful and positive thoughts
Sad Joyful
Stressed In peace, in harmony
Lazy Perseverance, Hard working, goal oriented
Gives up Persistent, Keeps on, Carries on, Presses on, Diligent
Apathy Responsible
Dishonesty, disgrace, dishonour Integrity, Honour, Uprightness, cohesion
Shy, timid Self-confident, Self-assured
Depressed, low-spirited, down, miserable Happy, hopeful
Ungrateful, thankless, rude Grateful, Thankful, Appreciative
Separated United
Hatred, dislike Love, Affection
Corrupt, Unreliable Trustworthy, Reliable, Honest
Self-depreciative Self-respectful, self-esteem, Dignified
Incapable Capable, Competent
Closed-minded Open-minded
Originative, unimaginative, uninventive Creative, imaginative, inventive
Selfish, self-centred Sensitive to others and self both
Uncooperative Cooperative
Thoughtless Thoughtful
Isolated Participates, Sociable
Self-centred Supportive, helpful to others
Impatient Patient
Indifferent Alert, aware
Inactive, Passive, Follower Initiative, Creative, Proactive
Unable Able
Inefficient Efficient
Wasteful Helpful
Untrained Skilled, Expert
Junior, Dummy Professional, Senior
Blind Seeing, perspicacious
Disorganized Organized
Weak Strong
Unstable, moody, out of control Stable, in control, self-controlled
Directionless Knows where to go
Uninformed, unaware Knowledgeable, informed, aware
Unaware Aware, wise
Unapproved, unaccepted approved, accepted, loved
Discouraging Encouraging
Stupid Wise
Slow thinker Quick thinker
Slow reader Quick reader
Coach potato, sleepy, lazy Sportsman, goal oriented
Excessively thought-oriented Action oriented
Negligent, lazily careless Careful, alert, hardworking
Impolite, rude Courteous, polite, well-mannered
Unproductive Productive

My advice to you is that anytime you don’t feel good, come here and find what is your feeling honestly, then work on it to move from pain to power.


Saturday, 8 May 2010


What is Motivation?

Motivation is the cause of actions. Motivation is what encourages you to dedicate your focus, intelligence and time on a certain task or a particular goal.

Motivation Types?

There are basically 2 types of Motivation; Intrinsic and Extrinsic

Intrinsic motivation relates to internal factors of the person and comes from within. This is the most important factor for high-achievers; The desire for praise and approval

Extrinsic motivation comes from outside of the person such as Money, Threat of Punishment, Encouragement from Parents. This type of motivation is used in training animals.

Saturday, 1 May 2010

Enlightened Self-Interest

A self-interest which is as a result of social-interest. E.g. Loving others which results in you being loved or you enjoy doing so.