Don’t be Afraid to ‘Cheat’ in a Presentation – Morry Morgan

Oct 1 • ClarkMorgan Insights, Morry Morgan Insights, Presentation Skills Insights, Trainer Insights • 4135 Views • 3 Comments on Don’t be Afraid to ‘Cheat’ in a Presentation – Morry Morgan

SIXTEEN YEARS OF SCHOOLING does not prepare us to handle difficult questions. From the ages of five or six, we are taught that there are only three ways to handle a difficult question – you either ‘know’, you ‘don’t know’, or you ‘have a guess’. But there’s one more way to handle a difficult question – the only problem is that it is considered ‘cheating’.

So says Morry Morgan, co-founder of ClarkMorgan and senior presentation skills trainer. Morry has taught business leaders from a host of countries, including Australia, China, Britain, Italy, and Germany, on how to present more confidently, and just as importantly, answer difficult questions confidently.

 

 

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3 Responses to Don’t be Afraid to ‘Cheat’ in a Presentation – Morry Morgan

  1. Rose says:

    I like your interview on presentation skills. Actually I have seen you present at TEDx in Shanghai. Very influential.

  2. Michelle says:

    You are absolutely correct. Asking for help is considered cheating. I never thought of it like that. So how do we maintain honesty in schools while encouraging teamwork?

  3. Ralf Lee says:

    I was very curious by the title “don’t be afraid to ‘cheat’ in a presentation”. It turns out that there’s nothing wrong with cheating…in this context. Great video!

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