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two masked people in a line outside a shopThink about where authenticity begins.

By Steven E. Sacks
The NEW Fundamentals

Making memorable presentations requires being authentic. The noun version, authenticity, is something we pine for these days. Whether from our political leaders, bosses, colleagues or friends, authenticity, like reputation, is an important attribute to have.

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How we communicate in the workplace or in social settings is influenced by constant rings of email notifications or texts. There is a compulsion on both sides for rapid responses, which does not allow for the careful exchange of ideas or answers.