Being Memorable
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Being Memorable

Presenters often express the dual fear of forgetting what they intend to say and having their audience forget what they heard.  Clearly, these worries are related.  With the proper attention and practice, speakers can effectively deliver presentations that contain accessible content that audiences and presenters can remember.

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