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    This is very helpful ,I just started networking and I really flubbed my first little speech. But on the brighter side I got my first time over with ! lol All the women were really great,they coached me along by asking lots of questions. I made it through the meeting.

    Jean Hanson

    Hi Tonya,
    Thanks for sharing. It can definitely be intimidating the first time, but it does get easier. Last year I was asked to present to a group of 100 people. I'm used to presenting on the telephone, not in front of large groups. I started out by telling them I was out of my comfort zone by doing this and they started clapping! They wanted me to succeed so they gave me encouragement. It helped because I got lots of compliments afterwards :-)

    Katherine Wilson

    I am always thinking of new topics where would I look up any of your topics this would be a good topic for face book have a great day Katherine Wison Best Klean


    This really helps I get so nervous when speaking.I am looking for new topics for my presentation next week any ideas?

    Jean Hanson

    Green cleaning topics are usually popular. Talk about the fact that ready to use cleaners are about 99% water, whereas concentrates use less packaging and cost less to transport, which is eco-friendly.

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