Sick of Being Fat? The #1 Thing You MUST Do to Start Losing Weight (No Lie)

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Who else is sick and tired of being fat? Are you fed up with being overweight, sluggish and unhappy? Does the idea of losing weight feel overwhelming, depressing and downright daunting? If you said yes, the simple truth is that NO amount of advice, weight loss articles or fad diets are going to help you get skinny. The fact is, most of us are FAT in spite of having access to ALL of the weight loss tips, success strategies and a multi-BILLION dollar a year diet industry that keeps pumping out new ways to shed pounds that sound good, but most of us ignore none the less.

Want to know the truth? My feeling is, you already know this is true, but simply haven’t acknowledged it is true in your heart.

You are OVERWEIGHT because of a reason. You have a problem with food… NOT because you don’t have access to the best diets, but because of an emotional, or underlying cause which is PREVENTING you from choosing to lose weight. No fad diet, or exercise routine, or “feel good” motivational package is going to help you shed the pounds you need to purge… PERMANENTLY until you face up to what that is!

Here is the truth…

The moment you face, knock down and high step OVER the ROOT cause of your weight issues, is the moment you begin to FINALLY live the life of fun, freedom, fabulous fitness you crave and want so much. No amount of carb counting, or dubious diet advice can do this for you, as I’m sure you realize if you’ve struggled with your weight as long as most of us have.

The bottom line?

You can be thin. You can feel great… both inside and out. But you’ve got to figure out WHY you overeat, why you’re “fat”, and what you can do to FINALLY end the cycle of hope… and then failure, that so many fad diets perpetuate. It’s not your fault. There are solutions… and once you figure out what they REALLY are, your best (and most beautiful) self is never far behind!

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What to Do If You Suspect You Are Being Bugged

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Have you ever been in a situation where someone who really shouldn’t suddenly knows some information you have shared only in a private conversation or within a closed meeting with colleagues? Or have competitors known about confidential business information that was shared with only a few trusted individuals within a company?

In situations like this it might be that your communications may have fallen foul of being bugged with electronic eavesdropping equipment.

Eavesdropping can cost companies and individuals huge amounts in terms of money, time and reputation and it’s therefore something to try and spot and stop early in order to limit the damage caused by covert surveillance.

If you think you or your company is being bugged taking the following steps can help minimise the damage.

Confirm Your Suspicions

The first steps to take is to establish whether the information leak might simply be a slip of the tongue or if significant amounts of important data has fallen into the hands of those who should not be aware of it. Sometimes a few questions can reveal that a colleague has accidentally spoken out of term and that you are not being bugged at all.

Try to recall where the information may have been intercepted. Would it have come from a particular meeting room, from an email sent from a specific computer or an office or mobile phone?

If you think the leak came from a particular office or room take a look to see if you can identify anything as being different to normal in that room. For example, have any recent repairs been carried out or has anything significant been moved. This might indicate the planting of bugs.

Though it might be tempting, it is not advisable to look for bugs yourself. Experienced surveillance experts are skilled at hiding eavesdropping equipment. Tampering with any you find may affect the ability of counter surveillance experts to effectively find and deal with all bugs planted.

Contact Counter Surveillance Experts

If you are still suspicious that you under unauthorised surveillance it is important that you contact experienced bug sweeping professionals as soon as possible.

Leave the area that you believe is under suspicion and make a call to them from a safe area. This may even be from a public call box. This is important as you do not want to alert the person spying on you to the fact that you have become suspicious.

A counter surveillance expert will talk you through the initial steps you need to take to secure your communications. Where appropriate they will also arrange for a team to carry out a bug sweep of the suspected area.

Keep Your Suspicions To Yourself

To allow counter surveillance experts to carry out an effective bug sweep and discover all bugging devices before they are removed or disabled by the by bugger, it is essential that you keep your suspicions to yourself. Particularly in the workplace as bugs are often planted internally by members of staff.

Refrain from talking about your suspicions within the affected areas and from using any of the communication tools you suspect are being bugged.

The only people who should be aware of the situation are those with whom you have the utmost trust and who need to be aware of the situation in order for a bug sweep to be carried out. It is important to take the advice of counter surveillance experts on this before sharing your suspicions.

Consider What Action To Take

Consider carefully what action you would take in the event of a bugging device being found. A competent bug sweep team will not alert the eavesdropper that an inspection is being performed. Thus leaving you three options:

a. Remove and destroy the bugging device.

b. Take steps to catch the eavesdropper leading to the option to pursue criminal charges.

c. Feed the device misinformation and monitor for results.

Be Vigilant

Once the suspected area has been cleared of bugs it is important to remain vigilant to minimise the future eavesdropping risks.

When discussing important or sensitive business information with colleagues and associates remind them of the confidential nature of the discussion and ask them to treat the information with care.

Keep track of who is and who is not privy to confidential and proprietary information.

Keep your email communications secure by logging off or locking access to your computer when you leave your desk.

Consider asking counter surveillance professionals to make regular bug sweeps of areas at risk of being bugged to minimise future loss of confidential information.

QCC Interscan are a leading counter surveillance company with over 12 years experience in conducting bug sweeps for clients in many different fields. Their counter surveillance services counter all traditional, modern and emerging surveillance threats allowing clients to conduct business in a secure and confidential environment.

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OHSAS 18001 is an occupational health and safety management systems implemented worldwide. It comprises the policies, plans and practices of any company for handling occupational health and safety matters. The system is adaptable to any company’s needs and requirements, considering that each company has unique occupation health and safety hazards. Being certified proves that the company meets all legal requirements and has a safe environment to do business. And there are many other advantages of being OHSAS 18001 certified.

• Creating a work environment with low risk of accidents and/or professional diseases. Companies who adopt this standard strive for zero work related accidents and professional diseases. The standard provides a framework for identifying occupational health and safety hazards and minimizing the associated risks. OHSAS 18001 provides the tools for identifying the dangers and improve employee risk awareness.
• Implementing the standard will greatly reduce accident rates. Furthermore, it will improve accident reporting and post-accident processes, including monitoring, accident investigation and damage control. These translate into a significant decrease of accident and insurance costs.
• Demonstrates that the company is committed to have an effective health and safety policy. The company shows that health and safety are a priority for the top management team and it has the right means for protecting all employees.
• Improves reputation and investor satisfaction. Having safety policies compliant to this standard improves corporate image and credibility among clients, potential business partners, regulators and the general public. A major accident caused by inadequate safety practices can be disastrous for the company.
• Allows the company to gain a major advantage on the market. Ensuring legislative awareness and compliance proves that the company has efficient safety management practices, which is highly appreciated on the market.
• By displaying results of audits, inspections, risk assessments, the company will be regarded as a very transparent one, again, gaining good reputation amongst all business partners and potential clients.
• Better work results from company’s employees. Providing a safe working environment will increase productivity and efficiency. Workers who know that they are protected against will perform better.
• Implementing OHSAS 18001 is an efficient way to tackle absenteeism. Absenteeism is a major problem for any company. When it is caused by improper conditions which lead to occupational health problems, urgent measures must be taken. Improving work environments will lead to higher employee morale and greater involvement and commitment. Overall, the absenteeism problem will be reduced and easier to manage and the productivity of the company will increase.

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Recently Harvard Business Publishing reported “The 10 Most Common Leadership Shortcomings”. Below are 5 of the 10 shortcomings you can avoid instantly by improving your communication skills. Your leadership abilities (and your job) could depend on how effective you are at motivating and communicating with your team.
Lack of energy and enthusiasm. If you’re not jazzed about what you’re saying, how can you expect your listeners to be? Energy and enthusiasm can’t be sparked by a melancholy leader. When you have a hard time getting pumped about a topic, you must trick your mind and use emotional transfer. Before you speak, use anything that can trigger (or anchor) a positive emotion. Listen to the Rocky theme song. Put pictures of your kids next to your notes. Watch your favorite Family Guy episode on Hulu. Use anything that makes you feel energized. Then, work on transferring your emotional state when you speak. Therefore, what you’re saying comes from the words in your presentation, and how you are saying it comes from your emotional transference. Lack of clear vision and direction. In Field of Dreams we heard, “If you build it, they will come.” When it comes to leading a group, “If they see it, they will follow.” Almost 90 percent of our brain’s sensory input comes from visual stimuli. If you are able to clearly paint a picture of the goals you are wanting to reach, your team will instantly see the future that they are working towards. How will their day-to-day life be different (better) if they achieve the goal? How will the company change and improve? What feelings will they feel after the accomplishment? Be as clear and detailed as necessary. Don’t collaborate. Part of motivating a team is empowering them to take on more responsibilities. Successful collaboration requires good communication. Improve your collaboration skills by clearly defining the desired end result, develop and agree upon processes and responsibilities, and ask for feedback and communicate with all parties throughout the process. Resist new ideas. Sometimes communicating is shutting up. Leading and motivating are not about dictating. As amazing, wonderful, and smart as you are, you don’t have all the answers, but your team might. You may never learn the fantastic solutions your team has to offer if you keep talking. It’s understandable that you don’t want every meeting to be a lengthy brainstorming session. Therefore, you must remember to be structured in how you ask for ideas. Pose a problem, allow everyone to jot down their ideas and then let each person suggest one of their best ideas. You can even go through a similar process via email. This way you are not setting up unnecessary meetings. Your team will feel motivated and empowered knowing that their ideas are heard. And when one of their ideas is used, you instantly increase your employee engagement and productivity. Lack of interpersonal skills. While this is a very general statement, no one can deny that interpersonal skills play a big role in leadership abilities. Perception is key. If you are perceived as a grump, then your team will keep their distance and avoid conversations with you. If you are perceived as welcoming and interested, then you will probably get more collaborative success out of your team members. In order to be perceived as relatable, practice keeping your body language open and engaged. Your team will feel closed off from you if your tend to lean back in your chair, cross your arms and sit silently stone-faced. Instead, lean slightly forward with your hands above the desk. Smile slightly while listening and occasionally nod your head in acknowledgment. Your team will feel like you care and are giving them 100% of your attention, which is much better than the alternative.

You might be thinking, this is all fairly obvious information. Everyone knows to avoid these problems. Before you disregard this information, take a look at what the surveyors also discovered: “…the ineffective leaders we studied were often unaware that they exhibited these behaviors. In fact, those who were rated most negatively rated themselves substantially more positively.” In order to improve your leadership abilities, you need to check you ego at the door and routinely ask for honest feedback. Otherwise, you might be making detrimental mistakes and not even know it.

Shari Alexander is a business presentation strategist who helps professionals achieve important business goals through strategic and influential communications. As the owner of Presenting Matters, she works with executives, professional speakers, along with other organizations and individuals that want results-driven business presentations. Alexander is available for keynotes, seminars, coaching, and consulting. You may reach her at 918.346.8506 or [http://www.PresentingMatters.com]

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On Being a Nice Teacher – Part II

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What role does perception play in the race for the coveted “nice teacher” title? More than one would expect, it seems. There are different levels of niceness. How much “niceness” is required is based on the students’ agenda? Not all agenda are positive. If it is negative, then a twisted source of “niceness” may be the result.

The teacher has to be aware and attuned when the professional sense of niceness has taken a negative, arbitrary slant. He or she has to take a stand against such perversion in order to withhold the standards of teaching and learning. It is my experience that when some students have unfounded biases towards a subject and even the teacher, they do not take their responsibilities seriously. Yet they expect a passing grade and the teacher to be “nice” enough to understand that.

It is as if they are doing the teacher a favor by being in his or her class. As a French teacher, many students see the subject as irrelevant and being a native teacher only adds to this level of condescension and debauchery. At the outset there is a negative balance in the professional teacher-student rapport requirement which stems from the general student perception. How can a teacher change a perception that has been built over a long period of time through personal values and beliefs, society’s standards and environmental factors? The teacher has limited time with a class and he needs to spend that time within the scope of established professional rapport and guard against becoming a doormat for superficial “niceness”.

I recalled standing by the door fulfilling the routine of greeting the students as they come in and I had to make a decision about being nice. The late bell had rung and this student had to say her goodbyes in a rather flagrant way just a few steps beyond the door. Should I close the door and be perceived as insensitive or should I be courteous and wait? Rules are rules, right? There was already so much tension which stemmed from this arbitrary expectation that I should be nicer than the average teacher, so I made the latter decision. The student’s response as she was strolling in late was: “you are so nice” with a huge grin on her face.

This student’s willingness to test my “niceness” level and other similar behaviors demonstrate that teachers in general are not on equal footing. This is not within our control for the most part because their perspective is based on their experiences, prejudices and biases. In this situation, she expected me to condone her inappropriate behavior and even be courteous about it yet she would not expect the same from another one of her teacher. Thus, kindness, understanding and how one looks and sounds are taken for weakness and the teacher falls prey to doormat syndrome. Nice is as nice deep. It can be skin deep as in superficial or it can be more profound and help you to impact teaching and learning.

Can I afford to be “her” nice and still maintains the standards of teaching? The answer is unfortunately, no. My choices are limited due to the fact that there are certain things that I can’t change. I can’t change who I am, my physical features and their preliminary perception of me. However I can build a reputation over time. I can create a new version of ” niceness” based on my teaching style, my personality and my values and put on a relentless, selling campaign. This will be a hard sell because it is difficult to change mindsets if not nearly impossible.

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3 Reasons Why Your Emails Are Not Being Responded To

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Email deliverables are important – with an estimated 74 trillion emails being sent every year, it is necessary that your emails are reaching its intended inboxes. But reaching the inbox is one thing – acting upon it is another.

True, you can work on your subject line, making it catchy and arresting audience’s interest, but that will only help to improve email opens. Conversions are still a matter of concern.

So why not examine what you are doing wrong with your emails that it is not encouraging conversions?

Here are the 3 popular reasons why emails do not get responded to:

Your emails are not personalized enough

Remarkable as it may be, personalized emails have 41% higher CTRs than non-personalized ones – and even then 70% marketers fail to personalize their email marketing messages. Personalization however does not mean adding the “name” of the recipient in the body of the email. It means creating content unique and relevant to your recipient.

But wait – how is that possible when you are sending thousands of emails? The answer lies in using segmented email lists. Segment your audience as per their preference and personalize emails as per that.

Some of the other things to remember during personalization include:

Working on the “From” section – use your name instead of a company nameIn case you are running a contest, use email marketing automation to send personalized emails.

Social media proof and Mentions are lacking

Is your email being sent out without including the social handles? Not a smart move considering people like to know what others are thinking of your brand as well. When adding social icons however, it is wise to ensure that you are actually active on the platform and you have positive feedback on your page. It’s of no use to drive people to your social page and then let them see only 200 likes or 500 followers. Not a very appealing number.

Also, when you are constructing the body of your emails, it a good practice to include the names of some reliable client or event testimonial. People find these social signs more credible to believe than self-bragging. You are probably missing all mentions of your brand in your email messages and hence missing out on conversions as well.

Where is the carrot?

Whether you are into B2B or B2C marketing, the carrot or “added benefit” works for all.

If you are familiar with online shopping then the term ‘cart abandonment’ will not be new to you. What will also not be new is, receiving an email from the eCommerce vendor, reminding you in a polite way that things are waiting in your cart. If you still do not respond, there will probably be an email after two days with an additional 5% discount if you buy now!

This is also true with customers who have not been active for a while. You may be familiar receiving emails with subject lines like -“We have missed you!” or “Áre you still interested?”

The question is, have you been using these methods of audience engagement for your email campaigns? If not, this is probably where you can work on.

Go back to your email database today and identify customers who have not done business in the last 6 months and there you have something to look forward to with your business!

Cynthia Dora At the age of 7, I wanted to be a teacher, at 14, I wanted to be the next supermodel at ANTM, and at 25, I ended up being a writer! At work, I am a Content Marketer with Span Global Services, an organization specializing in offering email appending services. At home, I am a mother of a 5 year old who wants to be a teacher! Looks like the cycle will be never-ending!

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Bleeding After Being Spayed

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If you dog has started bleeding after being spayed there may be cause for concern.

The spaying of a young dog is a routine operation. It does, however, as with all operations, carry various risks. There is the risk involved with the anesthetic as well as the risk of bleeding after being spayed. This could be due to stitches being pulled out, infection or an internal hemorrhage. A small amount of fresh blood loss is going to be natural after an operation and spaying is a major procedure which will involve making a cut into the abdominal cavity.

If your dog does start to bleed you must make sure that you keep a careful eye on her for the next hour or two. If it is superficial bleeding from the wound, it should stop shortly. Your dog will be keen to lick the wound to keep it clean and to some extent she should be allowed to continue. Do not, however, let her lick it too much as this will aggravate the wound and disturb the stitches. If you think that there is excessive bleeding after being spayed you should return to the surgery to make sure that all is in order.

If bleeding after being spayed is due to the dislodging of her stitches it may be that the veterinarian surgeon will have to re-stitch the wound. This could involve another anaesthetic and if the surgery feels that this has been caused by a lack of supervision by yourself, you may find that you will be paying another vets bill. It is wise to take great care of your dog whilst she has her stitches as she could suffer greatly if they are not allowed to do their job and heal the wound successfully. If they become loose and need re-stitching, your dog will have to go through additional trauma and discomfort. Any bleeding from the dislodged or pulled stitches will be fresh red blood. You must seek help to reduce the chances of infection and to ensure the wound heals neatly.

Your dog should be kept calm and quiet when she returns from her operation. She will be feeling very groggy to start with and is unlikely to be very lively, but, over the next few days it is important to keep her fairly still. If she becomes too active she will be at risk of hemorrhaging from internal blood vessels that have been disrupted. This can be a serious cause of bleeding after being spayed and she should be taken to the surgery for further advice.

Whatever the reason for bleeding after being spayed, if it is a significant amount or for any length of time, it is accompanied by swelling or any other ill effects, take your dog straight back to the veterinary clinic and seek further assistance. They know the patient and the procedure and are easily able to help you and your pet.

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5 Tips For Being a Good Guard in Basketball

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Almost every player on the court is a guard of some sort. Guarding in basketball is one of the most important jobs. Every player should be sure to understand how best to play their position.

When playing in a guard position it is important to make sure that your mind is always on the court. Focusing is important for every position, but for a guard it is one of the top things to do because a guard who is not paying attention and not focusing is not able to do their job.

In addition to that important rule of guarding, the following five tips are things every guard should take to heart and start putting to work in their game.

1.A guard must be excellent at handling the ball.

Guards handle the ball the most on the court, so being able to handle the ball is essential. A guard must be able to keep control on the ball. They should be good at catching, passing and dribbling.

2.A guard must be quick.

Since a guard is going to be controlling and moving the ball, a guard has to be quick. He has to be able to move the ball before the other team can get to it. He has to be able to move the ball down the court into scoring position fast so the points can be earned.

3.A guard must be in a good position for every catch.

Since guards move the ball they must always be focused and ready. A guard that is not ready is a lost point. When the guard is not ready for the ball another player has to step up and possibly step out of their position to do so. This leaves the team vulnerable. If a guard is not in a good position then it is important the other team members are aware and that the situation is quickly remedied.

4.A guard should play by the sideline as much as possible.

A guard is in the best position near the sidelines. Players will be able to find the guard easier and the guard can zip through the court easier from this position.

This does not meant hat a guard has to stay on the sidelines, but it is a nice place to aim to be most of the time.

5.A guard should always move in a straight line when cutting off the forward and never in a circular pattern.
The way a guard moves is important. Guards should move in the most efficient manner possible. Wasting steps is never a good choice. Straight moves are best whenever possible.

When cutting off the guard it is best to just confront and go straight instead of trying fancy moves or going around. This may be a bit harder but it is the best option. It will allow you to get where you need to go in the fastest manner and you will end up in the best position.

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If one is in a position where other people have the tendency to walk over them, it is going to be a challenge for them to be themselves. They are likely to spend a lot of time on edge, as this will make it easier them to predict what will happen next.

Through being anxious, it will be a lot harder for other people to catch them off guard. Even so, this is not going to stop them from being walked over; it will simply mean that they won’t be as surprised when it does happen.

Harder to Handle

Therefore, this will be a way for them to minimize the pain that they will experience when someone takes advantage of them. If they were able to forget about all this and to relax, it is not going to be long until something happens.

What takes place will catch them off guard and it is then going to have a much bigger effect on them. So, in order for them to feel safer, it will be vital for them to make sure that they don’t allow themselves to settle down.

A Drain

When this takes place, one is going to spend a lot of time and energy worrying about what other people will do to them. This is naturally going to stop them from being able to use these important resources in a more productive manner.

But if one believes that there is nothing they can do about what is taking place, it is going to be normal for this to take place. Their so-called high needs will be neglected and in their place will be the need to survive.

One Area

When it comes to their personal relationships, they might be used to spending time with people who physically abuse them. Or, one could be surrounded by people who are not interested in their needs and feelings.

Their true-self is not going to be able to see the light of day, and they will be playing a role that these people want them to play. It could be said that these people are not interested in who they really are; they are only interested in meeting their own needs.

Different

One could believe that while these people can do what they want, they have to put up with how other people treat them. It can be as if one is nothing more than an extension of others and that they don’t have their own self.

Through being this way, the only way their life will change is if other people do, and this is likely to cause one to feel powerless. What does or doesn’t happen to them is not going to be in their hands.

Self-Image

This is likely to stop one from being able to feel good about themselves, and it could end having an effect on every area of their life. One is then not someone who has control over their life; they are someone who has to put up with what life throws at them.

Ultimately, one is going to be a victim and the people who walk over them are going to be the perpetrators. There is also the chance that one will come into contact with people who will agree with them.

The Same Experience

One could find that these people also experience life in the same way and that they are angry about how they are treated. They could say that they are good and that the people who cause them harm are bad.

Spending time with these people is not going to change one’s circumstances, but what it will do is validate what they are going through. This will give them a momentary relief and then they will soon be having the same experiences.

Absolute

It could then be said that this is going to be something that is black and white, with there being no reason to take a deeper look. If one was held accountable for how other people treat them, this would then be an example of ‘victim blaming’.

However, this is not about pointing the finger and causing one to feel bad, it is about looking into why one is experiencing life in this way. As even though they are walked over by different people, they are the ones who show up each time.

The Common Denominator

It is then going to be in their best interest to reflect on their own behaviour and to look into what is taking place within them. A more direct approach might be for them to imagine what it would be like for them to stand their ground.

If they were to do this, they may find that they end up experiencing a lot of fear and anxiety. What this can then show is that even though being walked over has a negative effect on their life it is what feels safe at a deeper level.

A Closer Look

There is the chance that their early years were a time when they were walked over by their caregiver/s. But as the years have passed, it would have caused them to disconnect from the reason why they are unable to stand their ground.

As a result of this, it is to be expected that they would have seen themselves as victim; instead of being able to see that how people treat them in their adult years is no different to how they were treated whilst they were growing up. The years have passed but what took place when they were younger is still defining their life.

Awareness

If one was abused during their early years, there is the chance that they are carrying trauma. In order for them to change their life, they may need to reach out for external support, and this can be provided by a therapist or a healer.

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A wedding mc is the Master of Ceremonies at the wedding reception. Think of him, or her, as the puppeteer who pulls the strings, the one who makes things happen. The main duty of the wedding emcee is ensuring the wedding reception flows.

As the wedding mc you will be responsible for introducing the speakers, leading the applause for each speaker and providing the transition to the next speaker. And throughout the wedding reception you will, as wedding mc, provide the link from one event to the next.

To be a success as a wedding mc, here are some top tips to remember when introducing speakers.

Tip #1: a good introduction is always brief;

Tip #2: make sure you can correctly pronounce the name of each speaker you have to introduce;

Tip #3: know a little about each speaker;

Tip #4: never upstage a speaker; and

Tip #5: remember you are not a stand-up comic. Never tell risque jokes, or mother-in-law jokes or tales about a previous relationship the bride or groom may have had. It’s always advisable to ask the bride and groom what type of humor they want.

Generally, a speaker at an event is never sure of the reaction they’ll get from their audience. Will it be friendly or hostile? As a wedding mc you have one big advantage. The bridal party and all the guest are all on your side. They are friendly and want, just like you, the wedding reception to be a great party enjoyed by everyone.

Prepare properly for your role as a wedding mc and you’ll be fine. And remember, this is a live event and things can and do go wrong. So be prepared for the unexpected to happen too.

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