Some Common Occasions Where Necklace Presentation Is A Convention

Jewellery is not only a medium of physical ornamentation but also a notable way to express genuine love and long-lasting commitment among the couples. Whether married or single, men and women mainly use ornaments to highlight a strong attachment towards each other. In this regard, necklaces do play a bigger role when it comes to cementing a relationship.

In today’s busy and competitive world, people hardly have the required time to reignite the passion of old bond and attachment towards their loved ones. There is no doubt that busy work schedule is the sole culprit as it enhances your relationship gap with that of your beloved. The only solution to prevent the ever-increasing development of such gap in the relationship is through exhibiting care, love, and sincerity in a best possible manner without compromising the work schedules. In this regard jewellery especially necklace plays a crucial role when it comes to melting the heart of your aggrieved beloved.There are various ways which you can utilise to win the heart and confidence of your beloved through offering necklaces of his/her choice. These mainly include:

Anniversary/Birthday

Tremendous work pressure often keeps you away from your beloved. In such situation, use the occasion of marriage anniversary or birthday to express your true love and deeper attachment towards him/her. For achieving such purpose, there is no suitable alternative to necklace which is made pure stones or sterling silver. It always acts as a healing touch to clear the air of misunderstandings among couples.

Long Drive

No doubt your girlfriend may be upset with you due to prolonged absence and not responding to the phone or chat messages. The best way to calm her is to arrange a long drive journey where both of you can spend some time together. Then without wasting much time just present her a classic piece of Sterling silver rose plating purple stone necklace to win back her love and confidence.

Family Reunion

When it comes to closing the relationship gap among your family members, necklace can help you to achieve success without exerting much time and energy. No matter whether your grandmother or mother is upset due to frequent cold response on your part as a consequence of work pressure, gifting a genuine handmade necklace of pure silver and natural stones will definitely produce a positive impact. It will bring back the lost warmth and joy into your family that has long been extinguished.

Valentine’s Day

Do you still feel reluctant to express your true feeling of love and commitment towards your girlfriend? Then present her a remarkable piece of 925 Sterling Silver Turquoise Stone North Star Design Necklace to do the work on your behalf. It will enable you to cherish this romantic moment over a long period of time.

At present, the market is flooded with necklaces of distinct shapes and patterns. As a result, it automatically increases your selection option to win the heart of your beloved. The arrival of e-commerce platforms has raised the chance of acquiring innumerable varieties of necklaces that are either made of sterling silver or natural stones at an extremely lower price. While browsing such commercial websites, allow your girlfriend to choose the appropriate jewellery piece of her choice. It will help in cementing the relationship with your partner. Such an approach will also provide you with an amiable environment to sort out all the differences and misunderstandings quite conveniently.

Negotiate Successfully by Using Debating Techniques

In the last negotiation lesson, I expounded on the benefits that proper positioning has and the role it plays, before, during, and after negotiating. This lesson expands upon that theory and takes into account how any negotiator can enhance the outcome of a negotiation by using a few debating techniques.

Positioning:

First, I’d like to cite an experience I encountered at a conference at which I recently spoke. There was a very powerful speaker who spoke on the topic of leadership. I heard him speak in the past, but this time I was moved by his words to the point that I wanted to purchase the DVD set he offered for the continuation of the expansion of one’s mind. As luck would have it, a lady in front of me purchased the last set. She heard me exclaim how I couldn’t believe the bad luck I had to miss purchasing the set. Then, this well poised and well spoken women, turned to me and said, ‘you can have it’. I looked at her suspiciously for about 30 seconds and in my mind, I was wondering what she might want in return (read between the lines if you wish. she had already paid for the set and she was giving it to me for free). It was as though she read my mind when she said, ‘there are no strings attached’. She gave me her contact information and said I could send the set to her after I’d listened to it. As it turned out, this woman whose name is Tori really didn’t want anything in return, but due to her generosity, I’ll assist her in her endeavors in the future.

In the above example of positioning, Tori was not seeking anything from me, but think of what you can do before entering into a negotiation that can endear you to whom you’re negotiating.

After you endear yourself, how can you utilize debating techniques to enhance your negotiation position? The following are a few debating techniques and how they are related to negotiation tactics and strategies.

Debating Techniques:

When debating and negotiating, there are certain principles you should follow …

Clarity: When debating, you should understand the argument.

When you negotiate, you should always confirm your understanding of why you’re negotiating. You should also confirm the other person’s understanding, and get their perception, of what is being negotiated; the reason for doing so is to make sure everyone involved in the negotiation is ‘on the same page’.

Accuracy: When debating, you need to ask yourself if what you hear is true and can it be proven.

When you negotiate, you should at a minimum, mentally question the validity of information presented to you. You should also observe the body language and manner in which information is presented. If you observe the body language of the person you’re negotiation with, you could discern hidden or additional information in the message.

Precision: When debating vague assertions can be assumed to be true until exceptions disprove them.

When you negotiate, if the person’s words that you’re negotiating with are not synchronized with their body language, you can allow the person to continue to unveil their method of ‘bending the truth’ to the point that you’ve gathered enough knowledge of how they use their body when lying. In so doing, you’ll acquire insight into how they lie and you’ll be able glimpse the inner workings of their mind and the mannerisms displayed when doing so.

Depth: When debating, you should observe the comprehensiveness of an argument. In essence, listen for that which is not stated that could prove to be a benefit to your position.

When you negotiate, you should listen for the unspoken word, observe body language, and take note of how unspoken words are used (this is not an oxymoron). In a lot of negotiation situations, that which is not said can speak more loudly than the words that are spoken. You should also take note of words used that could contain dual meanings. Keep in mind when negotiating, just because someone offers a comprehensive rebuttal to a request, doesn’t mean you have to subjugate your position to theirs.

Breadth: When debating, give consideration to whether the argument covers all of the possibilities.

When you negotiate, initially, you should not display your full intentions until you’re somewhat sure that you can get that which you seek from the negotiation. In essence, you cannot allow yourself to become enveloped in a haze when it comes to disclosing your intent of the negotiation less you lose your negotiation advantage.

Logic: When debating you should consider the impact of fallacies in an argument.

When negotiating, a good negotiator can make a plausible argument using false or invalid inferences, the purpose of which may be to heighten the appearance of red herrings. It thus behooves you to be very cognizant throughout all phases of the negotiation.

When negotiating, the more strategies and techniques you’re aware of, and can utilize during negotiations, the better you’ll be at negotiating … and everything will be right with the world.

The Negotiation Lessons are …

- Before negotiating, consider the tactics you’ll employ. Proper planning will give you an additional edge as the negotiation progresses.

- Understand the illusion and value that red herrings can create. When used effectively, they create the opportunity to give something that has perceived value to the person with whom you’re negotiating, but that which has little value to you.

- When negotiating, as is the case when debating, a synchronized plan, aligned with the path that you’ll take to achieve the outcome of the negotiation you seek, will allow you the insight of more maneuverability throughout the negotiation.

Learn How To Be a PowerPoint Presenting Pro!

Public speaking is not natural for most people. Keeping an audience engaged, clearly articulating your thoughts, making good use of time, displaying the right demeanor are just some of the factors that are probably on your mind when talking to a group of people.

And for many, simultaneously taking into consideration all of these points and more can get quite overwhelming. The good news: by applying the lessons learned on the Online PowerPoint Training Blog, you’ll learn the tools necessary to consistently come off as a PowerPoint presenting pro!

What makes a good presenter?

  • Manage your voice
  • Pay attention to your body language
  • Watch your language!
  • Don’t just stand there. Move!
  • Practice – a lot!

How do you manage your voice?

  • Try to sound natural, so your rhythm and tone is appropriate to the message you are delivering. You don’t realize it, but more often than not, you do this naturally. But when doing any kind of public speaking, we tend to over think it, and try to hard.
  • So, since it’s going to be impossible not to think about it initially, I’d recommend focusing on three important qualities when in the moment:
  • Volume – speak loudly enough to reach all the members audience without overpowering those closest to you
  • Intonation – Avoid speaking in monotone. Put more feeling into your voice and make it livelier by changing your intonation. I can’t explain how important this is. Sometimes all an audience needs to stay engaged and/or be persuaded is a little bit of enthusiasm
  • Pacing – for most of us, this is natural – except when we are nervous or excited. Practice, and you can figure out what sounds natural and appropriate for the points you are making. It may sound funny, but even coming up with a tune to the words you are saying can help you relax and find your natural rhythm.

How do you effectively use your body language?

I’ve heard that 90% of communication is non-verbal. I think these non-verbal cues are called paralinguistics, but please don’t quote me on that. Well, in the world of PowerPoint presenting, this fact could not be more true. Often times, the body language you display while giving a presentation can speak much more loudly than the words you are saying or presentation you have created.

It goes without being said that saying to someone who is about to present, “just act natural and be yourself,’ isn’t going to get them very far. It’s completely normal to get nervous before doing any kind of public speaking. Simply telling yourself (or being told) to stay calm, unfortunately, isn’t going to help most of us.

What I’ve found does help, though, is better understanding what makes up good and bad body language, so that I know what to focus on. It makes the idea of improving my body language much less intimidating. In this online training, I’ll pass on some tips and tricks that I’ve learned or others have told me over the years:

What to do:

  • Stand straight, but not stiff
  • Try to be relaxed and casual, but don’t come off as lazy
  • Use your hands, arms and gestures. Try to let your body react to how you feel
  • Make good eye contact – the rule of thumb for eye contact is three to five seconds per person

What not to do:

  • Do not keep your hands in your pockets
  • Do not keep your hands behind your back
  • Do not keep your arms crossed
  • Do not wring your hands nervously