Creative 21st Birthday Presents

Turning 21 is a huge mile stone in life. Its something every young adult looks forward to. This is the time when they can hang out with their friends at the bar or clubs. Finding the perfect creative 21st birthday present can be crucial.

Birthday Flowers: Margarita Bouquet
This is the most creative 21st birthday present ever. Perfect for any girl who is turning 21 years old. The bouquet comes in a margarita shaped glass. It’s filled with yellow roses, white pom and has a fake lime margarita filling. Once the flowers have died, this can be used as an actual over sized glass. Making their birthday memory last forever.

Remote Controlled Beverage Buggy
This remote controlled car will be lots of interest and fun at the next get together. This little buggy holds two twelve ounce cans or bottles, and driving them to your guest. This little buggy can go right, left, forward and reverse. It works on batteries and will become the life of the party.

Duct Tape Flowers
Looking for the long lasting creative 21st birthday present? Then this is the one for you. You can get them duct tape roses. Colors come in silver, red, white, yellow, pink, black and blue. You can order them in 3, 6, 9 or 12 packs. They are packed in tissue, ribbon and are wrapped with cello just like real roses. Duct tape roses are perfect for male or female.

Hangover Recovery Kit
This present will be great after that long night of staying out and drinking. Everyone always has a blast on their 21st birthday. The day after is a whole different story. You can find many different kits available. Kit includes an ice pack, aspirin, flask filled with water, pillow and an eye mask with the words never again on it. This creative 21st birthday present will be cherished the next day and many times after that.

Giant Steel Man Flask
This flask will show everyone you can drink. Perfect for those who want everyone to know they are of drinking age. This flask is 12″ tall, and will hold 64 ounces of liquid. Made from stainless steel, it has a massive man look to it. The lid screws on and off. You can also get this flask engraved, to say whatever you would like. Will be a great gift and a constant reminder of their 21st birthday.

Pro Digital Breath Detector
A very unique birthday idea here. Help your young ones know, when they have had too much to drink. Instead of helping them party more this year, give them something, so they know when to stop partying, or when its time to call in a non drinking friend for a ride. This gives them an accurate measure in 3 seconds once they breathe in the small tube. Includes extra mouth pieces, carrying case and a car power adapter.

Biosecurity Amidst Clear And Present Danger

In learning about the sciences, it does not take much to tweak some formulas or genes to create havoc. Despite great advances in the scientific field to abolish hunger and diseases, there is still a lack in the areas of protecting the greater man from those who may choose to utilize them for lesser well-meaning objectives. Biosecurity is thus gaining center stage in the role of monitoring and enforcement framework to safeguard national interests, namely its citizens and properties.

Any organization is open to various sorts of danger. Hence, groups comprising staff trained in the areas of occupational safety and hazards are ever present to ensure all senses remain intact in the event of emergencies. Expanding the concept to encompass a larger region, similar efforts need to be put in place to ensure the wellbeing of all within. Neighborly regions are most concerned with possible spread of any contaminants in the event of unfriendly parties exhibiting spates of dissatisfaction with ruling authorities. Having adequate training in the field of biosecurity enables the professional to think and act rationally in case of disasters.

Since prevention is the preferred course of action to cure, this subject exposes its students to analyzing potential causes. If there is smell of smoke, there is bound to be a fire nearby. By studying past events, it is hopeful to heighten one’s awareness on the signs of the times and not be caught unawares. In the event one slips past the net, appropriate plans of action need to be implemented to curtail further damage. A trained professional is also able to manage crowd expectations as a simple move can cause a stampede.

In summary, those trained in biosecurity comprise individuals of varied skills as some may focus more on the hard sciences in directly addressing safety and hazards whereas others specialize in planning and administration. Soft skills are also handy to allow those in areas of mass communication to perform effective roles in crowd control.

Secrets To Sizzling Seminar Presentations

In an arena where there is a surfeit of presenters you need to hone your skills and develop techniques that will take you into the realm of presenter extraordinaire. To break into that rare sphere where the population of speakers, seminar leaders, teleseminar and webinar presenters have their audiences figuratively eating out of the palms of their hands, hanging onto their every word, and wanting more; you have to ramp up your game. You have to muster all the skills at your disposal and then some. If you have been yearning to raise the ante and deliver speeches or seminars that resonate with your audiences; get top billing and higher fees; you need to put more punch into your presentations.

Here are some suggestions that will help you to present with greater panache -

  1. Do your homework. Research your audience, find out what they need to hear, what they need to know, what pushes their buttons then offer information that is pertinent, current and specific to the particular group of people with whom you will be interacting.
  2. Learn all you can about the venue, visit it if possible. Find out the numbers expected, the seating arrangement, the type of microphone available; what type the audio visuals will be at your disposal; whether copies of your handout will be made ahead of time or if you have to bring those yourself.
  3. Understand why you were hired. Be clear about the objectives and the reason you were hired; possibly are you were hired to educate, motivate, sell to, solve problems and possibly all of the above. Craft your message to address the issue or issues as they were laid out to you.
  4. Know your Key Message and stay with the theme of your message, do not wander off topic; you are there for a purpose, understand the purpose and speak to the purpose.
  5. Customize your presentation to each and every audience; one speech does not fit every audience. Always remember that each audience is different, as is the venue, caliber and expectation of those in attendance.
  6. Bond with your audience, the earlier you do that the more successful you will be. One way of doing that is arriving before your scheduled time and talking with some of the participants, that way you get a feel of the audience and they feel comfortable with you and your style.
  7. Treat your audience with respect, they are not infants; do not treat them as such. Interact with them, involve them. You may disagree with someone’s point of view, but do not argue with anyone. Respect their point and say so.
  8. Add humor where appropriate and present with passion. Speak in language that they understand, if they do not understand what you are saying you will lose them.
  9. Get your facts straight; do not depend on hearsay or old stats. Be willing to listen, you may learn something new. Answer questions to the best of your ability, and if you do not know the answer, be honest about it. You will score high points if you sent the answer to the question asked, within twenty four hours of making your presentation.
  10. Dress appropriately. They hired a professional and expect to see and hear a professional. Dress and behave like one.

A smooth, professional presentation that offers solutions and answers the questions implied and those directly asked; that is delivered with passion and honesty will assist in propelling you into that category of extraordinary presenter.