Remote Presenting: Set Up For Success

Webex
GoToMeeting
Zoom
BlueJeans
Google Hangouts

You’re probably using one of these and if you’re not, you should. Here are some tips to make any and all video conferencing better:

If you look at every video call as an experience, you’ll want to make each one that much better. Avoid all distractions and open the opportunity for further influence.

Next week, we’ll share more tips for how to connect when presenting remotely.

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