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Presentation Style: How To Best Communicate Your Idea |

Do you have a business idea you are dying to share?


You’re just not sure the best way to get people to listen?!


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Is your upcoming job interview scheduled on Skype? Does your international company now have its bi-monthly meetings through GoToMeeting? Do you think you have a better chance of sealing your next deal over the phone or through video chat?

Video conferencing is a dynamic, powerful and growing business communication tool. This means you need to know how to dress for success on video!

There are definite differences between dressing daily for the office and dressing for the camera, especially small, built-in computer or iPad camera lenses and all those various video conferencing platforms.

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I know what you’re thinking, “Neon colors are not for me!” Or “They look fun, but I couldn’t possibly wear them to the office.” You’re right! Eye-popping neon colors are not for everyone, but I’m here to tell you to not cross yourself off the list just yet.

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Here’s A Quick Way To Highlight Your Face On Camera

Want to defy those outdated on-camera style rules? Check out these screen shots from media mogul Arianna Huffington’s recent on-air interviews. We know she is a smart gal, but she sure has been making some smart style choices to boot.

Myth Exposed

Clearly, we do not always have to wear a scoop neck or v-neck top accessorized with a matching pendant necklace to attract and maintain our viewer’s attention. As a contemporary professional woman, Arianna Huffington successfully demonstrates that we too can break free of this deep-rooted media style myth.

What works?

Ms. Huffington has oh-so cleverly let the clothes do most of the work for her. She has kept her overall look from the waist up uncomplicated, yet it is still flattering, sophisticated, and interesting. Visual distractions have been omitted. Jewelry and makeup choices are wisely geared towards supporting the all-out style efforts of her crewneck tops. Our attention is completely on her, and, subsequently, on her message. This is a prime example of how to use clothes as a tool in business. Okay, what else can we learn from Arianna that we can apply to on-air conversations via television, video or Skype?

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