Written by Fasih Hasan

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It has been a long time since I am reading stories about Internet chatting. Specially every Sunday in weekly SUNDAY MAGAZINE of Daily Jang, there is a page for these kinds of stories. Every week almost 3 to 5 stories are published continuously. And interesting thing is that majority of them have unique theme. Some tell about their tragedies, some tell about their love, some tell aboutrepparttar experience of making fun with friends, some tell aboutrepparttar 107959 experience of making new friends and losing friends, some try to betray and deceiverepparttar 107960 others but are trapped themselves. The biggest disadvantage of chatting, in my opinion isrepparttar 107961 wastage of time. And majority of users do chatting for just pastime or cheating others. Pakistani government is trying to minimizerepparttar 107962 wrong usage ofrepparttar 107963 Internet technology including chatting and browsing but it seems that it is impossible to do that. Our majority youth has wedged in these kinds of wastages. Our youth have to realize thatrepparttar 107964 future belongs to us. If we get engaged ourselves in these sorts of aimless things then what will berepparttar 107965 future of PAKISTAN? May God bless Pakistan and Pakistani nation especiallyrepparttar 107966 youths!!!! Name: Fasih Hasan Student of: BS(Software Engineering) IInd Semester (KARACHI UNIVERSITY) Contact Number: 0300-9218405

Fasih Hasan BS(Software Engineering) IInd Semester (KU) Contact Number: 0300-9218405


Written by Brent Filson

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Intimidation, fear, anger, distrust . . . those emotions describedrepparttar state of his audience and, in truth,repparttar 107958 state ofrepparttar 107959 business.

The CEO gave a Leadership Talk that spoke to and answeredrepparttar 107960 needs of those emotions, a talk based onrepparttar 107961 single idea that he was a person that they could trust.

That Leadership Talk markedrepparttar 107962 beginning of a turnaround for that company.

The lesson: Analyze and speak torepparttar 107963 emotion of a situation, and you can become a dramatically more effective leader.

Make that analysis happen this way: * Knowrepparttar 107964 difference between a presentation/speech and Leadership Talk then view every speaking situation you encounter as either a presentation/speech situation or a Leadership Talk situation. * Know that you rarely give presentation/speeches and that The Leadership Talk should be your primary leadership communication tool.

* Analyzerepparttar 107965 emotions of your audience by asking what they feel atrepparttar 107966 time you speak, what they fear, what angers them, what inspires them.

* Structure your talk around emotional-talking points. For instance, list three things that angers your audience. Make those thingsrepparttar 107967 main headings of your talk.

* Speak to them about their emotions. Tell them, for instance, that you realize they are angry and what they are angry about. Tell them what you realize they are feeling.

Speak thus, and you are revealed in powerful motivational ways. Furthermore, they are revealed to themselves.

These revelations can create strong bonds between speakers and audiences.

Understandrepparttar 107968 speaking situation in terms of its emotional content, and you understand that situation in new ways. Understand it in new ways and you speak in new ways. And when you speak in new ways, your audience acts in new ways.

2004 The Filson Leadership Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

The author of 23 books, Brent Filson's recent books are, THE LEADERSHIP TALK: THE GREATEST LEADERSHIP TOOL and 101 WAYS TO GIVE GREAT LEADERSHIP TALKS. He has worked with thousands of leaders worldwide during the past 20 years helping them achieve sizable increases in hard, measured results. Sign up for his free leadership ezine and get a free guide, "49 Ways To Turn Action Into Results," at

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