wiiu 耀西的毛线世界汉化版下载 毛线耀西中文
The Right Amount of EnergyA）We all enjoy being around people with energy. They inspire us. They are stimulating, fun, and uplifting. An energetic person has passion in his voice, a bounce in his step, and a smile on his face. Energy makes a person likable, and likability is a key ingredient in persuasive communications. Many business professionals underestimate the energy level required to generate enthusiasm among their listeners. But electrifying speakers bring it. They have an energy that is several levels higher than the people they are attempting to influence.B）Most business professionals could use an energy boost for public speaking situations such as webinars, podcasts, staff meetings, conference calls, and television and radio interviews. Each of these opportunities requires a higher level of energy than would normally be appropriate if you were just chatting to someone in the hallway. But how do you project the right level of vigor without seeming over the top By weighing yourself on an energy scale，and on this scale, more is better.The Energy ScaleC）Recently I helped an executive prepare for his first major presentation in his new role. “Tell me where your energy is right now on a scale of one to ten,” I asked. “One being fast asleep and ten being Jim Cramer on Mad Money. You know, the guy who’s yelling and gesturing wildly on his CNBC show. Where are you now” “A three,” the speaker replied. “OK, what would it feel like to be a seven, eight or nine Give it a try,” I suggested. If they’re being honest, most presenters place themselves at a three to six on the energy scale. That means there is plenty of room to boost your energy while not appearing too zany. But keep in mind, once you hit a ten or higher, you could be the next YouTube (GOOG) hit—which is not necessarily your top objective! Here are several surefire strategies to boost your energy presence.