Presentation Lessons from Presidents Kennedy and Clinton


Most research reveals that about 55 percent of the effectiveness of any communication is physiology, 38 percent is a result of the vocal tonality, and only 7 percent is a result of the actual words we use.

Last week I watched with great interest video clips of President Kennedy responding to questions at news conferences. He didn’t use “talking points,” or even prepared remarks.

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