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Well Said , Inc.

P.O. Box 888346

Atlanta, Georgia 30356

United States

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Affiliations

Supporting Member
Optimist International

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Toastmasters International

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International Association of Facilitators

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American Society for Training and Development

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International Coach Federation

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National Speakers Association

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Screen Actors Guild Inc

Board Member
West Pasco Girls Fastpitch Softball Association

Education

Bachelor of Science Degrees

Marketing and Speech Communications

Appalachian State University

Masters Degree

Adult Education

Emory University

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Phrases you can use to make people trust you more - Business Insider

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On the other hand, if you don't talk to your audience about themselves, they most likely won't listen, says Darlene Price, president of Well Said, Inc. and author of "Well Said! Presentations and Conversations That Get Results.

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"To avoid losing your audience in a New York minute, crank up the energy level," says Price.
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Even more vital to persuasion than Logos, says Aristotle, is Pathos, which includes the right-brain activities of emotions, images, stories, examples, empathy, humor, imagination, color, sounds, touch, and rapport, Price says.
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The causes are often anxiety, adrenaline, or time constraints, Price says.


Terrible ways to end a presentation - Business Insider

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If so, you not only experienced a brilliant display of light, color, and sound against the night sky, but you also witnessed one of the most important principles of effective presentations: ending with a bang, says Darlene Price, president of Well Said, Inc., and author of "Well Said! Presentations and Conversations That Get Results."

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The average adult attention span is only five minutes, according to a study commissioned by Lloyds TBS Insurance in 2008, Price explains. "Despite the causes - fast-paced technology, task-saturated schedules, Attention Deficit Disorder, stress, or other factors - your audience needs to be reminded of your key points again, and again, especially in the closing. So, briefly summarize what you've told them.
Price offers the example of a CEO who did it right: "As I conclude this presentation, let me ask you a question: How will you care for the planet?
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This approach bookends your presentation and seamlessly connects the opening with the closing for a very professional finish, Price says.
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Your last words will most likely be the first words your audience remembers, Price says, so craft an effective three-part closing: deliver a strong summary; present a call-to-action; and conclude with a powerful closing statement. "You'll light up the hearts and minds of your listeners and end with a bang," she concludes.


Terrible ways to end a presentation - Business Insider

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If so, you not only experienced a brilliant display of light, color, and sound against the night sky, but you also witnessed one of the most important principles of effective presentations: ending with a bang, says Darlene Price, president of Well Said, Inc., and author of "Well Said! Presentations and Conversations That Get Results."

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The average adult attention span is only five minutes, according to a study commissioned by Lloyds TBS Insurance in 2008, Price explains. "Despite the causes - fast-paced technology, task-saturated schedules, Attention Deficit Disorder, stress, or other factors - your audience needs to be reminded of your key points again, and again, especially in the closing. So, briefly summarize what you've told them.
Price offers the example of a CEO who did it right: "As I conclude this presentation, let me ask you a question: How will you care for the planet?
...
This approach bookends your presentation and seamlessly connects the opening with the closing for a very professional finish, Price says.
...
Your last words will most likely be the first words your audience remembers, Price says, so craft an effective three-part closing: deliver a strong summary; present a call-to-action; and conclude with a powerful closing statement. "You'll light up the hearts and minds of your listeners and end with a bang," she concludes.


10 Magic Phrases You Need to Say Often to Increase Trust | Inc.com

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