Dawn Bjork Buzbee
The Software Pro®
Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT)
Certified Microsoft Office 2010 Specialist (MOS 2010) Master Instructor
Certified Microsoft Office 2007 Specialist (MOS 2007) Master Instructor
Microsoft Certified Application Specialist (MCAS) Instructor
Certified Microsoft Office Expert
Certified Women's Business Enterprise (WBE)
WOSB (Women-Owned Small Business) Certified
Speaking About Presenting
Great resources for any speaker or presenter from expert Olivia
Mitchell; articles and discussions on presentations, design,
presentation technology, PowerPoint, and many presentation tips and
Additional Presentation Articles & Checklists
Public Speaking Articles
Over 120 free articles on
professional level speaking skills.
Advanced Public Speaking
National Speakers Association
Great professional resource
for speakers, trainers, consultants, authors, and other presenters.
National Speakers Association/Colorado
Colorado chapter of NSA. www.nsacolorado.org
Weekly electronic newsletter and website with
great resources for speakers, trainers, and consultants.
Public Speaking Tips
Free e-zine on advanced public speaking
and presentations skills. Public
quotation site on the Web, established 1994. We have over 26,000
quotations online from over 3,100 authors, and more are added daily.
Enhance and explain your message with quotes from
great leaders and other sources.
Great indexed list of a wide range of
interesting and useful quotes.
A vast collection of famous quotes, sorted by categories and
authors, making it easy to find a quote on any subject.
Excellent resource for a wide range of useful
and entertaining quotes.
Props & Fun Stuff
Fun, cheap training and presenting props and giveaways - great
resources include Oriental Trading at
Rhode Island Novelty at
Large collection of trainers toys, tools,
resources, and other classroom products.
Name That Tune
Use these free sound files to add variety to
To calm and focus prior to a
presentation, slowly breathe through your nose and
out through your mouth.
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