If you type proprioception into google you get the definition on the left. So what is it for? It allows you to know where you are so that you don’t need to look at your limbs to know what they’re doing. It’s what you’ve not got a lot of if you’re clumsy, perhaps – and it’s …
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This month's most popular (and useful?) blog posts are:
- How to make a cheap studio for better online presentations from your home or home-office... https://presentationgenius.info/online-presentations-with-a-cheap-studio/
- How to use stories in your presentations (not just telling them! ;) )... https://presentationgenius.info/a-story-matrix-and-using-them-one-your-presentation
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