Revised structure and methods for becoming an exceptional presenter. Check it out if you have an important presentation in the next few weeks. Let us know what worked and didn’t. MW Hardwick

Growth Mindset: Be a Life-long Learner

” …the key question for Mastery: is the potential for mastery innate or just hard work ? The answer to this question is that “mastery” takes some innate ability (20%) but requires more  sustained practice (80%). Most research says that we need to and accumulate approximately 10,000 hours of smart and deliberative practice . So if most of the success in becoming an “master” presenter is deliberative and structured practice of 10,000 hours … the difficulty is how anyone can find this kind of time and motivation to become a master.  Recently, Dr. Boscoh a researcher in the field of high performance published an article that answers most of your questions around motivation and the importance of deliberative practice. And I will provide you a framework and structure for designing an exceptional presentation by understanding and using what I call the Four Pillars of Presentology:  the 4 M’s. methodology for “Winning from Within”

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