Taruhan

Taruhan Taruhan Online – Jawabannya adalah Arbitrage

  • February 27, 2019

Apakah fakta bahwa Anda dapat memasang taruhan secara online sebagai hal yang baik atau buruk? Satu klik mouse, sambil duduk di kursi nyaman Anda sendiri di rumah Anda sendiri, dapat menempatkan upah seminggu penuh pada taruhan. Banyak orang berpikir kemudahan menggunakan judi ini berbahaya dan memungkinkan orang yang kecanduan mempertaruhkan biaya hidup mereka. Jadi, apakah mereka benar? Apakah judi online itu hal yang buruk?

Setiap tahun judi online hampir berlipat ganda dan pada 2010 harga taruhan online tahunan mencapai miliaran! Dengan begitu banyak uang ditempatkan pada “investasi” berisiko, jelas mengapa banyak orang percaya judi online adalah hal yang buruk
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Namun, tidak ada bukti yang mendukung keyakinan bahwa perjudian online memengaruhi kebiasaan bertaruh siapa pun. Penjudi yang kecanduan hanya akan menemukan cara lain untuk memasang taruhan yang mereka inginkan dan akan terus menggunakan taruhan tradisional yang ditemukan di jalan-jalan dan kota-kota besar di seluruh Amerika Serikat, Australia dan Inggris.

Jika judi online apa pun telah memberi peluang pada penjudi biasa untuk mengambil keuntungan dari beberapa teknik dan metode yang telah digunakan para profesional selama beberapa dekade tetapi itu telah disembunyikan oleh elit judi.

Misalnya, melalui penggunaan komputer, koneksi internet, beberapa keanggotaan situs taruhan online (yang gratis) dan program komputer yang sangat pintar, Anda dapat memperoleh keuntungan dari taruhan online!

Perangkat lunak taruhan arbitrase olahraga kini tersedia yang memungkinkan Anda menempatkan taruhan online yang tidak pernah kalah. Aku tidak membohongimu!

Taruhan ini ditempatkan pada satu acara olahraga tetapi mencakup kedua tim atau kedua pemain untuk menang. Karena perbedaan dalam peluang antara dua atau lebih situs taruhan online, Anda dapat mendukung kedua tim untuk menang dan menjamin diri Anda untung!

Ini sepenuhnya legal dan 100% efektif dan hanya dapat berfungsi untuk pria atau wanita biasa karena taruhan online. Untuk melakukannya melalui bandar, Anda akan membutuhkan banyak orang yang berbeda, semuanya dalam komunikasi yang konstan, di bandar taruhan yang berbeda di seluruh negeri – tetapi di internet hanya memerlukan beberapa klik!

Jadi, judi online itu buruk? Yah, itu tergantung bagaimana Anda menggunakannya!

Flu Babi Mengancam Haji – Peziarah Dilarang Dari Arab Saudi

  • February 25, 2019

Itu akan benar-benar melindungi populasi Islam, mungkin bukan pelancong. Meningitis bakteri dapat menjadi penyakit akut dan infeksi.

Sejumlah besar jamaah haji Muslim akan pergi ke Mekah tahun lalu untuk naik haji pada bulan November. Wisatawan Muslim di seluruh dunia akan menggulung lengan baju mereka ke vaksin meningitis bakterinya yang lewat sebelumnya, namun jumlah peziarah akan jauh lebih sedikit daripada sebelumnya.

Akan ada jauh lebih sedikit penumpang Muslim musim lalu karena kekhawatiran akan influenza anggur (H1N1) dari Arab Saudi. Sekitar 2.000 orang Saudi menderita H1N1, misalnya 16 kematian Stres dan histeria tersebar di seluruh dunia Muslim. Irak dan Iran telah melarang bepergian ke Arab Saudi untuk umrahnya
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sepanjang bulan suci Ramadhan yang ada. Organisasi-organisasi dari lokasi Mekah dan Madinah saat ini terkena dampaknya, karena bulan Ramadhan merupakan bulan yang tepat menurut pendapat mereka.

Bulan lalu, kedua menteri kesehatan Arab melarang anak-anak, pembayar pajak tua dan orang-orang yang memiliki masalah kesehatan dengan menghadiri ziarah haji ke Mekah pada bulan November itu. Ditentukan bagaimana kinerja flu burung pada minggu-minggu mendatang, berapa banyak pihak berwenang yang dapat memperluas larangan di sekitar ibadah haji. Itu harus dilakukan tidak kurang dari satu kali dengan setiap Muslim yang memiliki dan metode untuk mencapai itu. Bahkan wabah H1N1 telah menimbulkan kekacauan keuangan dan medis di seluruh dunia. Ini juga dapat mencegah hepatitis Muslim dari mempertahankan keyakinan.

Putting an Oomph Into Your Presentation

  • February 23, 2019

If you are one of those people who find making a presentation difficult, this article will help you put an oomph to your presentation.

Getting ready for your presentation

One of the keys is being prepared. Know your objective. If you are unsure, ask the person who requested the presentation. What do you hope to achieve with this presentation? Provide information, sell an idea. How much time do you have for your presentation? Other things to consider – resources and visual aids that are available to you. Do you need to book a room? What other arrangements do you need to make?

Get as much information about your audience. Their knowledge of the topic. What are their objectives? Which languages they are comfortable with? Consider the possibility of breaking the presentation into two sessions if there is a mixture in the knowledge levels. Prepare for any objections your audience may have.

Preparing your presentation

As a rule of thumb, preparation takes up to seven times longer than the delivery. Remember to include factors such as your workloads, interruption from colleagues into your preparation time. Try to make use of the visual aids available.

Brainstorm the topic. Gather all aspects of the subject matter, breaking up the topics into 3 areas:

Need to know
Nice to know
Out of topic
Compile the ‘need to know’ topics in a logical order and prepare a step by step flow to the topics. If you lack sufficient knowledge on the subject matter, carry out your research using resources such as the library, the internet. Don’t be proud, consult your colleagues or experts in your organization.

Structuring your presentation

The common structure of most presentations has:

Introduction
Body
Conclusion
Questions and Answers
The introduction should covers:

introducing yourself
the subject matter
topics you will be covering
why the audience are there
the benefits they will get
how long the presentation will last
when questions can be asked
This is an important time to show enthusiasm and energy for your subject matter. First impression counts in a presentation.

The content, as mentioned earlier, should be logical and laid out in a step by step manner. Break up your presentation into sub-sections. Summarize each sub-section before moving on to the next sub-section. Emphasize during these summaries, the main points to reinforce learning. If you allow the audience to ask questions at the end of each sub-section, mention this at the beginning of the introduction.

Presentation Technology In The Digital Age

  • February 23, 2019

Presentation Technology in the Digital Age

Presentation technology has changed the way our culture communicates. From the corporate boardroom to external communications with customers, presentations have impacted every aspect of the business community. This penetration has been largely achieved through two key advances. The first and perhaps most significant advance is the open accessibility to digital media. We suddenly live in a digital democracy, where everyone has access to and expects to consume vast volumes of digital media. The second advance is interactive presentation technology. Interactive presentations support active discussion, as opposed to the passive approach, where a presenter is talking to an audience who is listening at 50% capacity.

Digital Democracy forces strides in presentation technologies.

The advances in media technology have empowered the masses to create, consume and distribute terabytes of media each day. And because the Internet is universal, everyone has access. Video, once limited to the domain of skilled craftsmen, is now being shot on mainstream digital cameras and cell phones. The easy creation of digital images, combined with the viral nature of the Web has given the masses access to countless images. And, the popularity of digital cameras and photo sharing sites let one’s access to pictures grow exponentially. The same principal applies to digital music files. Billions of audio files are downloaded everyday.

The ready access of media into everyday lives has naturally spread into the medium of presentations. People are exposed to sight, sound and motion in every minute of their lives, and thus expect a multimedia experience when they watch a presentation. Presentations must leverage multimedia to stir audiences. As such, presentation technologies, like PowerPoint, Keynote and Ontra, that make it easy for users to include a variety of media, have become a standard of communication throughout our culture.

On a corporate level, you can see the digital democracy in action. Long gone are the days when only the highest level executives, with their personal support staff, or the digerati, with their knack for technology, made the best presentations. The best presentations were slick, professional and included a wealth of video, audio and high quality graphics that wow’d the audience and helped reinforce the key messages. Now, because of expanded access to digital media, everyone in the company can present like the CEO.

Unfortunately, greater access to professional materials, including video, audio and graphics does not guarantee that the information is being used and shared in the most efficient way throughout the organization. There are still coworkers and colleagues that are not up to speed when it comes to building presentations. Thus, smart corporations are taking a broader approach to presentation communication – practicing presentation management.

Presentation management treats the presentation as another piece of collateral in the marketing mix, like a brochure or a website. Presentation management is the creation, automation and distribution of presentation materials throughout an enterprise. Here’s how it works. A designated group or person in the company is responsible for building a comprehensive presentation library that includes all of the necessary information that users need to present, such as: company overview, product and service information, pricing, market information, research, case studies, bio’s, etc. The presentation is designed around the company’s brand identity and utilizes relevant media, like video, animation and imagery to reinforce the message and engage the audience. It is then distributed though a server or shared location. The presenters, typically sales staff, can search, select and choose slides according to their particular business meeting need. With a managed library of slides, anyone can build a slick, multimedia presentation in minutes. This saves time, and money.

Presentation Management benefits presenters on two critical levels. First, it provides easy access to information, giving them the ability to talk intelligently about any aspect of the company, whether or not it falls in their area of expertise. Second, it puts everyone on an equal playing filed, letting even novices present a professionally crafted presentation, to reinforce the company’s message. The combination of presenting relevant, hard-hitting information combined with high-quality graphics provides added credibility and professionalism to the presenter.

Modern Sales Presentation Techniques

  • February 23, 2019

Different Sales Presentation Styles

It is stating the obvious that a particular style of sales presentation cannot appeal to all categories of prospects in equally satisfying manner. While some prospects would find certain sales presentation methods very attractive, others may find it unimpressive and inconsequential, based on their perceptions, religious inclination, value judgement, social status, investment expectations, and etcetera.

“One man’s meat,” they say, “is another man’s poison.” Some prospects would yet prefer a short, direct-to-the-point and value-oriented sales presentation method, while others would prefer a more detailed sales presentation speech. This simply affirms differences in taste and style.

Obviously, the aspects of a service or product that appeal to certain categories of customers may not necessarily appeal to others customer segments due to differences in culture, value judgement, perceptions, needs and investment priorities. I observed, for instance, that business people respond more favourably to sales presentations that focus on security of funds, value, sustainability of service, delivery on promise, customer relationship management, return on investment and professionalism, depending on the nature of the product or service.

On the other hand, civil servants and certain categories of professionals look out for professionalism, security of funds, improved status, customer relationship management, family financial protection, happy retirement life and delivery on promise. While the business community emphasise more on gains, the civil servants place emphasis on delivery on service, satisfaction and customer care.

I have had several instances in which change in sales presentation style led to change of heart even by the same prospect. When I presented life assurance service to a medical doctor using value and detailed presentation, he ignored me for four years as if I was talking trash but when I used needs and solution approach in presenting the same service, he invested immediately and also prevailed on his wife, a pharmacist, to invest as well.

In designing sales presentation, these factors that have to do with individual traits and perceptions should be taken into consideration. This way, the salesperson would address such difference and by so doing prevent loss of businesses that could emanate from inability to recognize individual tastes and characteristics. Email letters and face-to-face presentation, for instance, cannot be the same in content and sequence. Telephone presentation and hard copy correspondence cannot be the same in content and delivery, although each would seek to convey the same idea or message.

In order to address differences in individual traits and perceptions, I have designed different sales presentation styles for each segment of my target markets, taking cognizance of their characteristics and needs. What I do most of the time is to alternate these presentation styles based on the characteristics of each prospect or audience, employing the language, words, tone and style considered most appropriate in the circumstance.

Certain sales presentation methods such as telephone and email presentations, for instance, may not afford the salesperson the privilege of observing and adjusting instantly to prospects’ gestures and needs, while face-to-face sales presentation would allow you the opportunity to evaluate on the spot, the impact of your utterances on your prospect, mirror his gestures and utterances and adjust as may be appropriate in order to achieve result.

Paramount is the need to learn the skills for designing sales presentation styles in a manner that would be appropriate for the taste and perceptions of each of your market segments, taking into consideration their social status, needs and religions inclinations. Such approach will also address investors’ peculiar challenges and motivations. It is only by so doing that your utterances or sales offers would sound meaningful, invaluable and attractive to prospects.

Dealing Elegantly With Questions During a Presentation

  • February 23, 2019

Roger is a highly experienced product manager in a multinational company in Europe. Last week, he was making a PowerPoint sales presentation to the management committee of a potential client who appeared to be very interested in his product. He felt that he had prepared the presentation to perfection and had high hopes of convincing the client to sign a contract. Soon after starting his presentation, one of the client’s team asked Roger a question which was answered in the following slide. However, not wanting to offend the questioner, Roger gave him a brief yet concise answer, but to his amazement, his boss jumped in to “clarify” his response and then another of the client’s team asked the boss a question about his response while another member of the client’s team started arguing with a companion and things went downhill from there.

Roger, for all his experience in presentations, was at a loss about what to do: shut up and leave them to it or try to elegantly take control of the situation. Finally, using verbal man-management techniques such as “echoic responses” and various non-verbal techniques he was able to get the group back “on-task” and focussed on his presentation. He did, however, tell the audience that he was sure that he had anticipated most of their questions and included the answers in his presentation and then ask everyone to write down their questions and promised to answer all of them at the end of the presentation. He informed the audience that this was to ensure that they finished in the allotted time as he knew that they were busy people. From that moment onwards, things went more smoothly. Roger decided that this was the last time that this would happen!

Points to remember;

  • In this article, we are assuming that the presenter has really done their homework and knows in detail the Needs, Wants and Lacks of the audience and their organization.
  • Not everyone is equal in a presentation. There are “Powers”, “Influencers” and “Hot bodies”. The “Power(s)” matter the most, then the “Influencers”. The “Hot Bodies” are often there just to fill the room and usually have NO say in the final decision.
  • Some people have hidden agendas and will see a presentation as an opportunity to show how much they know or score points with bosses, etc. and the best way to do this is to ask questions either to the presenter or other audience members.
  • If you accept, and answer, a question during the presentation, whether it is relevant or not, you are setting a subconscious precedent for more interruptions.
  • If people have the opportunity to ask questions, many will focus on their own specific interests or worries that might not be shared by other members of the audience.
  • Answering a question is often interpreted as a presenter’s way to initiate a dialogue with the audience (in linguistics this is known as “turn taking”: you ask me a question, I answer you and look at you and this can be interpreted as “I expect you to continue” so the original questioner does so).
  • Answering questions and entering into dialogues often leads to a deviation from the topic & this, in turn, may often lead to boredom and disconnection for the rest of the audience.
  • The time used to deal with questions consumes the time available for the presentation. Most Decision-makers are normally busy people and have heavy schedules so wasting their time is generally not appreciated!

Public Speaking – 5 Powerful Tips for Persuasive and Captivating Presentations

  • February 23, 2019

Let’s face it. Most of us are not comfortable speaking in front of groups, especially when giving formal speeches or presentations. Standing on stage under bright lights, with all those blank faces staring at you, can be incredibly nerve racking. In fact, some people tremble at the mere thought of public speaking.

Did you know the fear of public humiliation is greater than the fear of death? It’s universally true across all cultures. It’s why most people are deathly afraid of public speaking.
Now here’s the paradox. To reach that “next level” of success, socially and professionally, the ability to speak in front of a group is a fundamental necessity. Overcoming this fear will release your untapped potential. It will unlock opportunities that you may currently find unattainable.

One of the most important life skills is communication. Being able to effectively communicate to groups of people gives you an incredible advantage.

Sooner or later you will be presenting. Maybe you need to pitch a proposal at a company meeting… give a sales presentation to prospective clients… or something as simple as voicing your opinion in front of some friends or colleagues. No matter how big or small your audience, the following 5 Tips will help you deliver persuasive, powerful presentations – guaranteed!

…But first thing’s first! I am not a professional speaker. I was no less afraid of public speaking than the next person. When I was young I avoided large groups. They intimidated me. So it wasn’t in my scope of reality to speak to a group of people!

Then as I got older I realized that shyness and greatness don’t mix.

Through training, I overcame that barrier. Not only did I learn to speak in front of a group, I learned how to present. My fear of speaking was replaced with the confidence to deliver impactful presentations to over a hundred people at a time. Now I’m even more comfortable on TV and on camera. So I can say first-hand that applying these skills has absolutely improved my life!

There are a lot of good resources for public speaking. You can find speaking groups, (like Toastmasters), in every major city. It’s a terrific way to develop some speaking skills. But, what I’m about to share with you is far more valuable than speaking skills alone. I’m not going to talk about articulation, creative use of language, vocal variety, filler words, verbal crutches, hand gestures, and other techniques.

Although public speaking techniques are invaluable for giving speeches, presentations are more interactive and often require facilitating audience engagement. When you’re able to deliver captivating presentations, every aspect of your public speaking skills will improve automatically.

The magic of a powerful presentation is in the ability to make an emotional connection and build trust.
This is achieved by creating the proper setting, or [context], which engages your audience as part of your presentation. Logic, facts and figures may build interest and even impress your audience. However, it won’t spark the emotional motivation that decisions are made from. And, it certainly isn’t enough to earn their trust. Win over your audience by speaking to their hearts, not their minds. Remember, presenting is “facilitating a conversation”. It’s not lecturing.

Creating context is how the best speakers in the world influence and inspire. The process can be so subtle that unless you know what to look for, you just think they’re amazing speakers – which of course they are! The point is, it can be duplicated. The process will even give you instant confidence. How’s that for a great by-product?