Here are some valuable tips to accomplish these important presentation skills. Know your audience: Understand the demographics, interests, and knowledge level of people attending your talk and tailor your message …
Having a great elevator speech is incredibly important for a variety of reasons, both personally and professionally. An elevator speech is a brief, compelling introduction that can be delivered in …
Stand out from your peers by being an excellent presenter.
Most people have a fear of public speaking and are poor presenters.
The Goals of an Elevator Speech are to be hired and referred.
That won’t happen if people aren’t 100% certain about Who you are and What you do.
That which is of smaller quantity could be of higher quality.
That which is less complicated is often better understood and more appreciated than what is more complicated.
You’ll be seen as an EXPERT. This is important because:
People like to work with EXPERTS.
EXPERTS command more money for their products and services.
The bottom line:
That Elevator Speech must clearly articulate what you do in a very concise manner and have an impact.
Deb Gaut interviews Fred Miller, a compelling speaker, writer, and international coach.
Read the Introduction and Listen as Deb conducts the interview.
The Ultimate Elevator Speech is a tool, though, because what you can do with it is start on one floor and go down. You don’t want to take everyone to the top floor with you.
Don’t you love that verbiage? I do!
What you’re saying is, “Don’t just take my word for how good I am at what I do. Check me out! – Google Me!”
Written Post + Audio Post = better writing and better speaking.