Improve Your Presentation. Transcript Fred Miller. “NO SWEAT Public Speaking! Here are three simple ways to improve your presentations. Number One: Simple Language. No buzzwords, acronyms, or techno speak. You don't impress people with words, I don't know. You make them feel stupid and you will lose
Grab your Audience's Attention and are Memorable. This video is one of Mine! A Pattern Interrupt is: something unexpected that grabs the attention of people who were probably expecting something much different. Many Elevator Speeches contain verbiage like: "I help people . . . " "I work with companies . .
Prepare your Audience for You and Your Presentation! Watch and Listen to Mine! Rock Concerts, Boxing Matches, and Las Vegas Headliners have a "WARM-UP ACT" precede them. If that act is a good one, the audience will be "primed and ready" for the speaker and will help to "jump start" the main event. All the
A Large Audience is BETTER! Some consider the "Fear of Public Speaking" somewhat analogous to the "Fear of Heights." Example: I can stand on a stool, step stool, or folding ladder and have no fear. However, climbing an extension ladder that reaches the gutters on my two story home - I've done it, but don't enjoy it.
Transcript Fred Miller, NO SWEAT Public Speaking! Let's talk about the Ultimate Goal of your Elevator Speech. That goal is to have a conversation, like these guys! Have a conversation with someone who has a real desire to possibly purchase your product or service. They want to know things like: What does it
Transcript Fred Miller, NO SWEAT Public Speaking! Here are some Guidelines for a great Elevator Speech. Number one: NO Selling! Selling, if it is to occur, occurs later. An Elevator Speech is for sorting and sifting. And for to do that well, It must be clear, concise, and consistent. Clear: If someone hearing it
Red Pencils and Bucket Lists with Fred Miller Description This lively, informative interview features Fred Miller, a compelling speaker, writer, and international coach. Fred is the author of five popular books in his No Sweat Public Speaking series. In this episode, Deb
Build Your Elevator Speech, Floor-by-Floor, with - NO SWEAT! Transcript Fred Miller, "NO SWEAT Public Speaking!" I'm going to give you my Ultimate Elevator Speech. Let's get in the Elevator! Now, we're going to take this one floor at a time. 1st Floor: I'm Fred Miller. 2nd
• Keep Your Audience's Attention. • Make Them Receptive to Your Message. Your audience has the attention span of a gnat! Not only that, they are easily distracted by others in the audience, their phones, and a variety of things the speaker cannot control. A Pattern Interrupt is: something not expected and out of
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 Elevator Speeches and I’m going to show you my way. It works really, really well for me and lots of