‘Why did I want to win? Because I didn’t want to lose!’ – Max Schmelling
This week’s LDP wine of the week is the Swartland Cabernet Sauvignon 2010.
A dark ruby red wine with blackcurrant and dark fruit aromas, a dark chocolate aftertaste, combine with structured and integrated tannins for an elegant finish. The wine works well with plainly grilled steak, roast turkey and lamb skewers with rosemary. Barrel Aged.
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This week’s LDP wine of the week is the Lomond Syrah 2007.
Notes of white pepper with hints of wood spice and berry follow through on the palate. A beautifully integrated and elegant wine with suttle, soft tannins.
Excellent enjoyed on its own or served with venison (especially if combined with bacon), red meat dishes and wild mushroom risotto.
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Read and refine
One of the best ways to refine your presentation is to read it aloud. How does it flow? When you read it out loud you’ll recognize the smooth and rough spots immediately. As you refine your script, it’ll be easier to cut the number of words on each slide.
Everyone knows you ought to practice your presentation before you present, but it’s often a good idea left undone. Practice is the single best way to improve your presentation. And equally important, it will make your presentation more useful to your audience.
Another helpful tip is to record yourself delivering your presentation. Listen to the playback to help memorize what you want to say and identify words that can be cut from your slides. Ideally, the words on your slides are simply keywords to remind you of what you want to say.
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This week’s LDP wine of the week is the Rietvallei Special Select Sauvignon Blanc.
Elegant, lively and finely balanced, this Sauvignon Blanc is tightly wound around a core of crisp, flinty and mineral notes.
Pair with lemon & chilli spiked oysters, any seafood, poultry & salads.
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