Present For Boyfriend – 4 Fun Gifts For Him That’ll Tickle His Funny Bone

Want to gift your boyfriend a present that’ll tickle his funny bone? Browsing through all the various gag and fun gifts online had me thinking – “What on Earth!”

You are going to see lots of gifts that you’re going to want for yourself so be prepared to go a little crazy when you go shopping for a fun present for your boyfriend. Here are 4 fun gifts he’s sure to get hours of entertainment out of -

1) Extreme Office Crafts Book

This is the best survival book out there for a boyfriend who dreads spending yet another dreary day at the office. He probably feels like he’s destined for greater things and you know that’s true! Extreme office crafts is one fun gift that’ll unleash the inventor in him

This little gem will give your aspiring genius boyfriend detailed instructions on how to create super cool stuff from standard office supplies. He’ll never have to doodle on a notepad again when he can be inventing instead to create the next ‘must-have’ product of the decade!

2) Beer Pong Game

A great fun gift for a beer loving boyfriend, the beer pong game is one party set that has everything one could want. The table top runner has printed cup set-up diagrams with a special manual of ‘rude rules’ designed to help every beer pong gamer talk the talk pretty soon.

If you think this isn’t enough, you could accompany the game with a beer bottle holder sweatshirt which has a built-in pouch at the front that’ll hold his drink. This is present for a boyfriend that is sure to be appreciated not only by him but all his beer -loving buddies too.

3) Police Siren Alarm Clock

Does he have trouble getting up in the morning? Even Rip Van Winkle will not be able to doze through this – The police siren alarm clock is one tough baby which features a whirling cop-car light and siren and a booming voice that announces ‘This is the police….. You have to the count of three to get out of bed, or we’re coming in…’

A totally unique gift, that’s guaranteed to thrill your law-abiding boyfriend.

4) Butt Face Towel

Is your boyfriend a super-organizer or does he want to be one? If so he’ll appreciate the Butt Face terry towel. This color coded towel is no mystery to decipher – One end screams ‘butt’ in bold letters and the other ‘face’

There’ll be no confusion ever on which end he has to use and he’ll remember you with a smile each he wipes his….face, of course!

There are tons of fun gift ideas out there that make perfect gifts for your boyfriend, whether you want to cheer him up a little or just make him laugh. Choosing a great present for your boyfriend can be loads of fun if you know exactly where to shop online.

6 Quick Tips For Your Business Presentations

Practices that help people design presentations and the practices that help them deliver successfully do not overlap much. A systematic approach helps busy executives discover how to win results faster.

Thomas Sechehaye has determined two distinct sets of behaviors and practices necessary for effective design and delivery.

Practices associated with successful design only were:
• Participate in audience research
• Look for new information about design
• Learn story structures
• Design for visual impact
• Plan specific calls to action
• Structure dramatic flow
• Follow brand or company guidelines
• Adapt to diverse media

Practices associated with successful delivery only were:
• Adapt to specific audience insights
• Refine vocal quality and tone
• Practice effective eye contact
• Use authentic personal strengths
• Build high impact body language skills
• Share personal experiences with anecdotes
• Get 1:1 coaching and feedback
• Rehearse for face-to-face and virtual delivery

As the two stages demand and require different practices, then executive and sales presentation training needs to guide people about key strategies for each phase. While many organizations target presentation skills training, these two phases are often merged. The skills are rarely broken out as discretely different.

Some people are extremely anxious about delivery skills. All they can think about is previous experiences of feeling anxious, losing their voice, or feeling queasy. Successful delivery skills help professionals reinvent the experience of presenting.

But many of the challenges of delivery can be solved with careful attention to design.”

Professionals who want dramatic improvement in presentation results should emphasize 6 key best practices, listed here.

Key Practice 1. Identify Design Process
Define how presentations are built from the ground up. Find out if every individual or team is doing this differently, or following a proven and systematic design process.

Key Practice 2. Share Best Practices
Once you have determined the best practices for your business, share them. Remove inter-departmental barriers by sharing best practices. This may be done informally amongst peers; or more formally in design debriefs.

Key Practice 3. Storyboard Presentations
You would never build a house by just grabbing a 2 x 4 lying on the ground. Yet many business presentations are built in such a haphazard manner. Use a storyboard to plan powerful presentations from start to finish. This is critical to increase productivity-and streamline processes across your business.

Key Practice 4. Learn Skills For Design & Delivery
Begin with the end in mind. Learn the skills for design and delivery success. Approach each area as a unique skill set. Solid design sets the foundation for high-impact delivery. Therefore, learning design skills first is a smart approach.

Key Practice 5. Provide Training Options For Individuals
Different people learn in different ways. Some people prefer the freedom of online learning. Others learn best in a classroom environment, with shoulder-to-shoulder instruction.

In an ideal environment, provide options that encourage individual freedom of choice. If travel budgets are tight, provide online training that offers freedom in instructional design. This recreates a friendly, open environment for learning new skills.

Key Practice 6. Strengthen Skills With Coaching
One on one coaching is one of the best ways to create rapid improvement. With new advances in virtual coaching, this is now much more available and affordable than in the past.

With a step-by-step approach to the unique skills of presentation design and delivery, busy professionals can make rapid progress and not leave up to chance.

4 Ways to Make Your Presentation a Perfect 10

Do you enjoy meetings and seminars? What about classes and workshops?

We’ve all given our ‘thumbs up’ or ‘thumbs down’ to teachers, presenters and instructors along the way. Sometimes we felt sorry for them. Sometimes we wanted them to suffer at least as much as we did, listening to them.

At other times, we wished we were them.

But have you ever stopped and wondered what makes our experiences positive or negative? Have you debated what to say on a comment card? What was missing, or why this experience was so good?

Sometimes it is simple to discover what made an experience positive or not. For instance, was the space large enough? Well ventilated? Were there refreshments? Was the seating comfortable? These obvious things can take a fair class and make it better, or a turn a good class into a bad experience.

Then there are other, more subtle things. Was the speaker prepared? Did he or she know the topic and explain it well? Was it what you were looking for?

The list of little things, and even moderately important things, can go on and on.

As both a presenter and one who’s experienced his share of workshops, I’ve tried to determine what makes one a ‘ten’ on my rating chart.

For example, was everything perfect? No, not necessarily. If you look hard enough you can always find something to complain about.

After considerable research and review, I reached some important conclusions.

No matter what the environment – wonderful, adequate or uncomfortable — I learned the most and had the most positive learning experiences when all of these were present:

* The speaker had a great love for the subject matter. * No matter how serious the topic, the speakers never took themselves too seriously. * The audience members were part of the process, not just observers. Even if everyone did not participate, everyone felt they would be welcomed to participate. * And last but not least, the process included some fun.

When all of these criteria were met, little annoyances didn’t matter. What I learned in those experiences meant more to me. I remembered them more, and they were more likely to be of practical use.

Too often, those of us who teach on spiritual topics get caught up in the “seriousness” of our own work.

We’re too eager to get the point across or to help people receive information that will move them along their chosen, spiritual path.

Instead, we need to create a positive memory and a desire to embrace the information. Otherwise, no matter how good our information is, part (or all) of what we teach is wasted.

If you ever feel that you wasted your time or money at a class or workshop, do your presenter a favor. See which of the above criteria were not met. Then let the presenter know. Maybe he or she has something important and worthwhile to communicate, but doesn’t know how to deliver it.

If you present workshops and seminars, how do they stack up against this list? Are there ways in which you could better and more effectively communicate your information? When all else is said and done, did everyone have fun… including you?

If you have fun, they have fun, and your presentation improves. What more could you ask?