The Power of Presentation

by John D. Evans

Before we utter a word from our mouths, before we showcase one talent or skill, before we execute our initial impression, we exude power the power in our very presence. There is power in a presence that inspires. Beauty inspires. Cleanliness and neatness inspires. Our first impressions are lasting and, in many cases, are the most important impressions we will make. We must be mindful of how we present ourselves to others because our presentation speaks. Our overall appearance and attitude represent who we are before we can say a word or perform a single act. Our presentation includes our mental, physical, and spiritual presence and all of these must inspire. There is power in our very presence.

With influence, there is power; influential people are powerful people; inspired people are powerful people; powerful people have a powerful presentation. Just as the content of the resume is important, so is our presentation. Just as the poetry in our speech is important, so is our presentation. What we present and how we present ourselves to others has power. Powerful people present themselves with mental, physical, and spiritual composure. Powerful people are trendsetters, as well as trailblazers. In order to fully exercise our power, we must recognize the power we have in our very presentation.

Every mortal being has power because we have the innate capacity to inspire. Because we have the ability to create a positive change in our lives and in the lives of others, we are powerful. Because we have the capacity to uplift spirits and to encourage souls, we are powerful. When we present ourselves to others, we must present respect, we must showcase esteem, we must wear confidence, and we must be clean. Before we impress the crowd with articulation, before we wow them with our style, we must inspire them with our presentation. Our presentation speaks of our mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. Powerful people are inspired people. We all have power power in our very presence.


The Power of Presentation by John D. Evans

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