Questions & Answers: LOTS of Opportunities for MISTAKES 1. WHEN In your Opening, tell your audience when and how you’ll be handling questions. Two Possibilities: 1. Take a few questions …
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.
Eye Contact, like all elements of non-verbal communication, is extremely important when delivering a presentation. When done correctly, there is a better connection with those watching and listening. When Eye …
Use those three simple ways to improve your presentations, and I guarantee the next one will be absolutely, positively – NO SWEAT!
A Pattern Interrupt is something unexpected that grabs the attention of people were probably expecting something much different.
If that act is a good one, the audience will be “primed and ready” for the speaker and will “jump start” the presentation.
As one gets more proficient in delivering their expertise, a large crowd, or certainly more than a handful of people, presents advantages.
A Pattern Interrupt is something not expected and out of the ordinary that abruptly grabs people’s attention.
Transcript Fred Miller, “NO SWEAT Public Speaking!” Here’s a great way to hold your audience’s attention throughout your presentation. Start with a DISCLAIMER. Here’s one of mine: “We’re going to talk about …
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!”