Presenting to an audience is a daunting task. No matter how old you are, the nerves tingle, the senses are heightened and palms are sweaty. I'm not the best presenter in the world, but I have learnt a few things and marvel at the best. The best being Winston Churchill. His ability to combine phrases and timing make him one of the best public speakers the world has ever seen. How did he do that?
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Navig8 opened its doors in 2000 in a tiny office on Goodge Street, so tiny that I could touch both walls at the same time, by just stretching out my arms. So we are really 15 and a bit years old, but adding 'a bit' to the graphic looks rubbish. We've moved offices three times. Every time, just around the corner, but in many ways we have come so far.