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How to Spend the First 3 Minutes of Business Presentations

Your overall presentation depends on your introduction. Before you proceed to your actual content, keep in mind that the first three minutes are crucial: your introduction can either connect or distance you from your audience. The message you want to convey can be affected if your opening can’t catch their attention. Develop a Sense of Belonging First, create a sense of belonging among your audience. Develop a catchy and memorable...

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HostSailor Launches Social Media Accounts to Connect With Clients

DUBAI, UAE - HostSailor, a trusted provider of VPS hosting, Domains, Dedicated Servers, SSL Certificates and other services in Dubai, has activated its social media profile to connect with its clients. HostSailor is a global company that aims to provide world class services to clients around the globe with its dedicated and personalized attention to each client. Corresponding to its social media presence, the company spokesperson on...

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High-Quality Education Doesn’t Mean High Spending

By Shannon May One of the biggest debates in US public education today is the degree to which quality education correlates with spending. This debate is raging in K-12 education, where state spending per pupil varies significantly. And it is raging in higher education, where tuition for four-year universities has risen 1,120 percent over the past 30 years and student loans have topped $1 trillion. But the debate is also raging in...

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Geoff Duke: 1923-2015

Geoff Duke, one of Grand Prix motorcycle racing’s first superstars, has passed away at the age of 92. The English racer made his Grand Prix debut in 1950 in just the second ever world championship season. After finishing second in the 350cc and 500cc classes that season, Duke would sweep both titles in 1951 and take the 350 title in 1952, all riding  for the Norton works team. Duke switched to a Gilera the following season and then...