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Index

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Educational background of speaker, to introduce speaker, 179, 181
Einstein, Albert, 143–144
Emcee format, 178–186
anecdote as key, 182–184
information gathering, 180
interviewing the speaker, 184–185
length of introduction, 185–186
organization of introduction, 179–180
tell speaker what you will say, 180–179
transition to speaker, 182
Emotions
audience connection, 54–55
bad news delivery format, 133
empathy in bad news delivery format, 129, 130, 131
in inspirational speaking, 205
Empathy in bad news delivery format, 129, 130, 131
Ending
enthusiastic, 48
on time, 146–147
Energy dispersion, 16, 18
Evidence
forms of, 86–87
in on-the-spot format, 96, 97–98
PAJES “pages” mnemonic, 21–24, 86–87
selling your ideas, 80, 86–87
in viewpoint presentation format, 35, 36
Exaggeration, in visual aids, 33
Examples in PAJES evidence, 22–23, 87
Eye-Brain Control, 15–16
Eye contact for high visibility speaking, 95

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