Based on studies show that public speaking is a bigger fear rather than death. To become great speaker, you have to competent on your subject rather than just confident and always do practices. Below is Five Tips to Create Killer Presentations:
1. Rule 10-20-30
This is a slideshow guide from Guy Kawasaki. In this rule 10 means you must have at least 10 slides for your presentation, 20 means you only have 20 minutes and 30 means don’t use font size less than 30 point.
2. Entertain your audience
Speaker should control the audience during presentation. You should entertain them and also give informative information to them. Show the emotion is one thing, give humor will attract attention from audiences.
3. Don’t to fast
When you talk in front of audience you should consider your speed. People that nervous tend to talk faster than in normal situation. When you talk to fast audiences can feel that you don’t have enough preparation or even you don’t know much about the topic you present. Continue reading →
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In this article I want to give a short explanation about the secret of “How to Write a Best Seller Books on Amazon”. I write this article because many of my friends asked me how I can become a professional Blogger and produce so many articles everyday and still have time to write a book or story that will published soon.
The secret is because I use writing software that have many great features that really help me save my time compare when I used Microsoft Word as writing software when I wrote my first article here.
When I bought the package come with many bonus that give me insight about fiction and non-fiction story idea. I found I really love to write about fiction so I decided to read as many as possible fiction book as references before I write my own book and sell it to Amazon.
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Self-encrypted hard drives, or SEDs, are a type of hard disk drive that contain a circuit that is built directly into the disk controller. This circuit performs encryption and decryption automatically – and completely separately from the operating system. This means that the encryption keys do not reside in the computer’s memory or processor where they would otherwise have the potential for being hacked. The same is true of user authentication. Since this important, highly sensitive information is never placed in RAM, hackers cannot hack the encrypted drive during the pre-boot process.
Why get a self-encrypted hard drive when other less expensive options are available? Not only are SEDs better protected during the pre-boot process, they take operator error out of the equation. How many times have you meant to encrypt a file but got sidetracked and forgot to do it? How many times have you opted not to encrypt a file that probably should have been encrypted due to the hassle involved or out of a sense of urgency? With an SED, encryption takes place automatically – every time. You don’t need to think about it, and the entire process takes place in the background.
In order to use a self-encrypted hard disk, you will need to provide a password. This password is recognized by the SED and used to encrypt and decrypt the contents of the drive. SEDs use two keys: the Media Encryption Key (which encrypts and decrypts the “media”) and the Key Encryption Key (which is your password or “key”). The Key Encryption Key is used to lock and unlock the drive (Source: WinMagic Self Encrypting Hard Drives).
Whether you need a fail-safe way to ensure that you never forget to encrypt another file or want to ensure the integrity of data within a network of users, self-encrypted drives take the guesswork out of file encryption and protect against pre-boot attacks.