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@ Carolyn Ann -- for rehearsing and working on presentations I also recommend attending a toastmasters meeting. The group does a far job of critiquing the speaker and everyone is passionate about helping others improve public speaking.

@Robyn -- I spend too little time with your material. For those of you who have not visited Robyn's blog, she writes at BrainBasedBiz -- see sidebar under ideas and her name here. It's well worth your time.

I so agree, Valeria, that if we come to a problem in understanding, our own questions help us find solutions.

The "?..." ? [sic, sorta]

That's the verbal punctuation when I try to get around the fact that I was distracted reading when my Mrs was telling me something...

Sorry, I couldn't resist. :-) (It's too true, by the way...)
Carolyn Ann

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