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Let people weigh in with their opinions and participate in the discussion. Have some talking points planned out before you pitch your idea.
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Practice with a trusted colleague who can help you iron out any kinks. Record yourself speaking or practice in front of a mirror. Imagine the possible reactions people might have to your idea. Look at it from as many other perspectives as possible. What are some of the biggest takeaways from your pitch? What are some questions that might come up in response to your idea?
How will you answer those questions?
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Hook people in with the main points of the idea, then dive into the details. Time is a precious commodity. People are overwhelmed with things to do at work — looming deadlines, endless meetings, and countless demands being made by others.
go to link A quiet voice speaks volumes. You may be tempted to shout to make your voice heard, but there is power in being quiet. A whisper garners more attention than a shout. Someone speaking calmly, evenly, and quietly makes people stop to listen, because they have to stop talking in order to hear you.
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