Are you fed up with feeling nervous and anxious before any public talk? Are you sick of giving boring, tedious presentations? Are you tired of struggling to give a great presentation that inspires on-the-fence clients to take action?
Well, if you’re not getting the results you want in presenting, a revolutionary approach to presentation skills will help you get energized, excited and on the fast track to getting results. It’s all in a powerful new online presentation skills training.
This unique course reveals how to present absolutely anything to anyone. Plus, how to present effectively with less effort, less stress…in less time. So if you’re chasing after the latest tactic on body language, or the newest cool feature in slide design, stop.
Like the old alerts:
Stop and Listen To This Message.
Tactics for delivery are important. But persuasive body language will only take you so far. Tactics for graphic design will help you look cool…but are not the enough to completely convince tough decision makers.
Instead of running like crazy fixing this and that in your presentation, it helps to stop.
Take a deep breath.
Like any complex project, presenting has many aspects. Without an objective overview, a clear strategy, and targeted tactics, you can spend a lot of time working hard…but not making improvements.
It’s amazing how many corporate professionals and small business owners make this mistake.
Whether your dream is giving world-class presentations, experiencing the thrill of being the top sales producer, or just connecting with any audience and feeling at ease, this systematic approach is crucial.
Unlike the hit-and-miss method of ‘fixing’ a presentation, use a step-by-step system to give phenomenal presentations on any topic, to any audience.
While many corporate professionals have taken presentation skills training, many still struggle with nervous tension before speaking to a group.
Several years ago, I coached “Mary” a young scientist. She was terrified of speaking in public. Part of our class included live video taping of participant presentations. She was not only nervous, but also sweating profusely. Her palms were clammy and her throat felt dry.
It turned out that speaking in front of the class was scary…but speaking in front of the video camera was even worse.
Mary was telling herself a story that escalated the situation. “What if my boss sees this video? A video is permanent. It is irreversible. I’ll say something one time and I can never ever erase it.”
In fact, the tape was erasable. And it was completely private. Her presentation was not going anywhere… except into her briefcase.
After some intensive coaching and encouragement from the group, she gave a presentation. Afterwards, she agreed: “It wasn’t nearly as bad as I imagined. With a storyboard blueprint, I spoke my points and gave a good presentation.”
What many people don’t realize is that a roadmap helps in several ways.
1. It helps you organize your ideas. Instead of all the possible concepts swirling around, you build a creative and logical flow.
2. A storyboard instantly focused your story. Planning out ideas with a blueprint helps you focus your message to match a specific audience. If you’re talking to senior executives, you’ll speak in a certain way. You’ll tell stories and provide examples your audience can relate to.
If you’re speaking with hourly employees, you’ll use different examples. And share different anecdotes.
3. A storyboard, much like a strategic plan, provides valuable structure. By working within a structure, you build a solid presentation, organized around main points. This is a lot easier, faster and smarter than starting from scratch every time you present.
One of the most valuable benefits of presenting with a storyboard is very personal. It helps you feel confident, at ease and completely prepared.
If you’ve been struggling with presentation jitters and nervous tension, don’t wait another minute. You do not have to continue suffering.
It worked for Mary. It can work for you. Working with a presentation storyboard provides much needed relief. But don’t take my word for it.
Take 3 minutes out of your crazy-busy day. Get a first hand look at how online presentation training reduces stress—and boosts confidence. If you’ve been struggling with public speaking, presenting or communicating with people, take a few minutes to check it out.
Most likely, it will be the best 3 minutes you’ve spent in a long time.