In this "Personal Presentation Training" course you will receive personalized training, feedback and coaching from TJ Walker, a leading public speaking coach to CEOs, Presidents of countries and Prime Ministers. You will receive up to 10 personalized video critiques of your speeches and you will receive a live Skype video session. This is a chance to get expert coaching from one of the true masters of public speaking, presentation and PowerPoint skills. This course is the next best thing to an in-person training workshop, only it is much less expensive. Who is the target audience?
Would you find the courage to share your accomplishments with strangers? After being prompted to celebrate life by sharing personal stories, two men found the guts to tell their tales on a Brooklyn-bound train. And it was all captured on video. "All of you guys got stories that you wanna share too, so we wanna hear those stories... share your accomplishments because no one else will," a man told a packed subway car. "We all have something to share and we all have something to celebrate."
TechCrunch: "You'll soon be coming home and a robot will greet you at the door." VentureBeat: "Read to kids, host video chats, take pictures, recognize faces and objects, connect to smart home devices, and secure the home by roaming around and video taping everything." Not just recognising your face, it knows your mood. Not just understanding what you say, it knows what you really mean. It learns and gets smarter every day."
Incredible footage has revealed the breathtaking stunts possible in the Seabreacher, a personal torpedo speed boat made out of old fighter jet parts. The vehicles - which come styled as sharks, killer whales or dolphins - can leap waves in a single bound and carry two passengers underwater. Prices for the watercraft, which are a combination of jet-ski, racing boat and submarine, vary from around $80,000 (£56,000) to top-of-the-range models costing upwards of $100,000 (£71,000). Seabreachers, created by water sports fanatics Rob Innes and Dan Piazza, based in Redding, California are unlike conventional watercraft that only operate on a two dimensional plane. The Seabreacher operates more like an aircraft with full three axis of control – pitch, roll, and yaw.