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This may be the best piece of advice in this book:When something strikes you as funny, don''t let it get away. Hold on to it for dear life. It could be gold. My theory is this: Everything that strikes you as funny is going to turn up on television some day.I''ll just give you this one example—because it relates directly to the book you''re reading.For as long as I can remember, I''ve always thought that the old idea of visualizing an audience naked, as a way to control nervousness, was a funny sort of notion. It just struck me funny.I mean, it''s not one of those ideas that flits in and out of your mind. It sticks. And it asks for some kind of response.So, I made it the title of a book on presentations.I Can See You Naked.Need I tell you what happened next?The idea spread across the networks like a giggle through a classroom. Millions upon millions of people are howling their heads off about this quirky notion of speakers talking to naked audiences. It''s hilarious. Dynamite. A TV writer''s dream come true.Then, amidst the laughter, a question hit me: Had my book unleashed all of this hilarity?Surely not. But how many speakers would now visualize their next audience in a state of dishabille? I shuddered to think of it.If you''re a presenter, a naked audience is not going to improve your concentration. Eye contact is going to be a real problem for you. And you''re going to be very self-conscious about that $600 designer suit you''re wearing.This was all dutifully explained in I Can See You Naked—the first edition. But something told me it was time for new emphasis. Even with the relaxed morality that pervades our TV sets and movie screens, there remains a statement that must be resaid:Never speak to a naked audience. It can be distracting.There are all kinds of other psychological exercises that can be tapped to rid yourself of nervousness in the face of an awaiting audience. One woman even wrote to tell me that Chapter 13, which starts, It''s the night before your big presentation enabled her to keep her sanity. Can you imagine? I considered changing the title of the book to reflect that thought, then decided that a promise of sanity was probably more that I could deliver—times being what they are.As with the first edition, this expanded edition is dedicated to helping you be a better presenter. But it is also dedicated to candor, to saying things that—for one reason or another—never show up in other books on presentation.Who else would tell you to keep an eye out for the barracuda? (Chapter 51). Who else would tell you that you may have been in the wrong place at the wrong time? (Chapter 17). Who else would employ the Mafia to give you a pointer or two on presentations? (Chapter 31).In short, this is a very different book on presentations. It''s even different from the first edition of I Can See You Naked, which still strikes me as a funny notion, great for sitcoms—but now there are other things to laugh about, look at, learn from, and try as you get ready to make your next presentation. Ron Hoff, Books, Entertainment, Humour and Comedy, Cartoons, I Can See You Naked Books>Entertainment>Humour and Comedy>Cartoons, Andrews McMeel Publishing

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This may be the best piece of advice in this book:When something strikes you as funny, don''t let it get away. Hold on to it for dear life. It could be gold. My theory is this: Everything that strikes you as funny is going to turn up on television some day.I''ll just give you this one example—because it relates directly to the book you''re reading.For as long as I can remember, I''ve always thought that the old idea of visualizing an audience naked, as a way to control nervousness, was a funny sort of notion. It just struck me funny.I mean, it''s not one of those ideas that flits in and out of your mind. It sticks. And it asks for some kind of response.So, I made it the title of a book on presentations.I Can See You Naked.Need I tell you what happened next?The idea spread across the networks like a giggle through a classroom. Millions upon millions of people are howling their heads off about this quirky notion of speakers talking to naked audiences. It''s hilarious. Dynamite. A TV writer''s dream come true.Then, amidst the laughter, a question hit me: Had my book unleashed all of this hilarity?Surely not. But how many speakers would now visualize their next audience in a state of dishabille? I shuddered to think of it.If you''re a presenter, a naked audience is not going to improve your concentration. Eye contact is going to be a real problem for you. And you''re going to be very self-conscious about that $600 designer suit you''re wearing.This was all dutifully explained in I Can See You Naked—the first edition. But something told me it was time for new emphasis. Even with the relaxed morality that pervades our TV sets and movie screens, there remains a statement that must be resaid:Never speak to a naked audience. It can be distracting.There are all kinds of other psychological exercises that can be tapped to rid yourself of nervousness in the face of an awaiting audience. One woman even wrote to tell me that Chapter 13, which starts, It''s the night before your big presentation enabled her to keep her sanity. Can you imagine? I considered changing the title of the book to reflect that thought, then decided that a promise of sanity was probably more that I could deliver—times being what they are.As with the first edition, this expanded edition is dedicated to helping you be a better presenter. But it is also dedicated to candor, to saying things that—for one reason or another—never show up in other books on presentation.Who else would tell you to keep an eye out for the barracuda? (Chapter 51). Who else would tell you that you may have been in the wrong place at the wrong time? (Chapter 17). Who else would employ the Mafia to give you a pointer or two on presentations? (Chapter 31).In short, this is a very different book on presentations. It''s even different from the first edition of I Can See You Naked, which still strikes me as a funny notion, great for sitcoms—but now there are other things to laugh about, look at, learn from, and try as you get ready to make your next presentation. Ron Hoff, Books, Humour and Comedy, Cartoons, I Can See You Naked Books>Humour and Comedy>Cartoons, Andrews McMeel Publishing

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I can see you naked - visualizing audiences in the buff, as a counter to nervousness - has been taught by presentation experts for years. In this revised edition of I Can See You Naked - a delightful guide to presentations of all kinds - Ron Hoff begins by dismissing the technique. Never talk to a naked audience, is his advice. It's too distracting. I Can See You Naked is the first book on making presentations that doesn't read like a textbook. The first book to sound like a presentation, look like a presen I can see you naked - visualizing audiences in the buff, as a counter to nervousness - has been taught by presentation experts for years. In this revised edition of I Can See You Naked - a delightful guide to presentations of all kinds - Ron Hoff begins by dismissing the technique. Never talk to a naked audience, is his advice. It's too distracting. I Can See You Naked is the first book on making presentations that doesn't read like a textbook. The first book to sound like a presentation, look like a presentation, and play like a presentation. It is, in fact, a funny, irreverent, entertaining, and highly effective presentation on presentations. And it is a publishing success story - the first edition went back to press seven times and sold well over 100,000 copies. It has been a selection of sixteen book clubs. After four years of success, I Can See You Naked is now even better. This fearless new edition of the national bestseller on making great presentations has been extensively revised by author Ron Hoff, making it 25 percent larger than the first edition. It features 16 emphatic new chapters, new illustrations by Barrie Maguire, new photographs, new sidebars and panels, new nuggets to treasure, and scores of ideas ready for use in your next presentation. Why a revised edition? Because a lot has happened to presentations in four years. New to this edition are dynamic new chapters including The Deadly Game - how to win competitive presentations; Stand or sit? What's a presenter to do?; How do you create excitement if you're not Madonna, Prince, or Zig Ziglar?; Great props don't have to be proper; How to make a speech in a strange hotel; Questions that often floatthrough the minds of audiences; Ten points to pin to the wall before your next one-on-one and a guide to relationships - the hot, new word in making presentations. Packed with insightful case studies, and personal anecdotes, I Can See You Naked clearly and succinctly addre, [PU: Andrews and McMeel]

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"I can see you naked" - visualizing audiences in the buff, as a counter to nervousness - has been taught by presentation experts for years. In this revised edition of "I Can See You Naked" - a delightful guide to presentations of all kinds - Ron Hoff begins by dismissing the technique. "Never talk to a naked audience", is his advice. It's too distracting. "I Can See You Naked" is the first book on making presentations that doesn't read like a textbook. The first book to sound like a presentation, look like a presentation, and "play" like a presentation. It is, in fact, a funny, irreverent, entertaining, and highly effective presentation on presentations. And it is a publishing success story - the first edition went back to press seven times and sold well over 100,000 copies. It has been a selection of sixteen book clubs. After four years of success, "I Can See You Naked" is now even better. This fearless new edition of the national bestseller on making great presentations has been extensively revised by author Ron Hoff, making it 25 percent larger than the first edition. It features 16 emphatic new chapters, new illustrations by Barrie Maguire, new photographs, new sidebars and panels, new nuggets to treasure, and scores of ideas ready for use in your next presentation. Why a revised edition? Because a lot has happened to presentations in four years. New to this edition are dynamic new chapters including "The Deadly Game" - how to win competitive presentations; Stand or sit? What's a presenter to do?; "How do you create excitement if you're not Madonna, Prince, or Zig Ziglar?"; "Great props don't have to be proper"; How to make a speech in a strange hotel; Questions that often floatthrough the minds of audiences; Ten points to pin to the wall before your next one-on-one and a guide to "relationships" - the hot, new word in making presentations. Packed with insightful case studies, and personal anecdotes, "I Can See You Naked" clearly and succinctly addre

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780836280005
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0836280008
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1992
Herausgeber: ANDREWS & MCMEEL
336 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,449 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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