by Randall CraigFiled in: Blog, Communication, Make It Happen Tipsheet, Planning, PresentationsTagged as: Performance
A pilot does a pre-flight check. Musicians tune their instruments. Radio announcers do a sound check. But what type of prep do you do before your performance?
Your performance can be anything from going to work every day, to a keynote speech, to an important sales call, to delivering a status report on a project. Each of these activities (and others) are different, but there are underlying elements that are common to all:
Performances don’t just happen at work. Our most important performances are often with our friends and family. While you don’t have to do ALL of the preparation every time, try at least one new item before your performance – on the job or off.
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