Series of Presentations - Part 2
Tony Jeary, a professional public speaker, proclaims a philosophy about life that, if headed seriously, would improve the marriages, families, careers and overall course of life for a large percentage of people. What is that philosophy? It contains two major aspects.
Series of Presentations: The parent of a 15-year-old knows if they voice their opinion, their son/daughter, whose pre-frontal cortex has developed just enough to create an independent spirit, but without foresight to manage independent living, may pause just long enough to choose the opposite course. (OK, for those of you who see everything in black & white, perhaps the pre-frontal cortex thing is a bit much, but every parent I know understands what I mean.) How that parent influences the course of their child’s life, in part, depends on how they present, or don’t present, the opinion. A family, sports team, congregational committee or work culture should teach that every personal interaction makes a difference. When people attempt to have a caring attitude and develop skill at how they present themselves in each interaction, they can create a pleasing, inspiring environment that everyone else envies.
Tony Jerry’s philosophy can be found in his book, “Life is a Series of Presentations”.