Fred Miller, NO SWEAT Public Speaking.
Here’s a great presentation tip. Use Alliteration.
Alliteration is the occurrence of the same sound with adjacent or closely connected words. It can really enhance your presentation.
Here are some examples.
“Elevator speeches should be clear, concise, and consistent.”
“If you want the audience to GET IT! educate, entertain, and explain it to them.”
“Ted talks suggests one hour of preparation for every minute of presentation.”
“Your Speech should be Clear, Concise, and Compelling.”
Use alliteration when delivering your presentations, and I guarantee they will be absolutely, positively
– NO SWEAT!
About the Author
Fred E. Miller is a speaker, an international coach, and the author of the books,
“NO SWEAT Public Speaking!” and
“NO SWEAT Elevator Speech!”
Businesses, Individuals, and Organizations hire him because they want to improve their Networking, Public Speaking, and
They do this because they know:
Speaking Opportunities are Business, Career, and Leadership Opportunities.
They also know:
We perceive really great speakers to be Experts. We like to work with Experts.
He shows them how to: Develop, Practice, and Deliver Fantastic Presentations! with – NO SWEAT!
- Keynote Speaker
- Workshop Facilitator
- Breakout Sessions
- Personal and Group Public Speaking and Presentation Coaching
- Lessening The Fear of Public Speaking with – NO SWEAT!
- Crafting Your Elevator Speech, Floor by Floor with – NO SWEAT!
- Speaking Opportunities are Business, Career, and Leadership Opportunities.
- We are All Self-Employed!
Audible offers “NO SWEAT Elevator Speech!” as an audio book.
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