With Louisa Prescott
When: August 3rd, 2021 @ 5pm MST
Where: Google Hangouts (I'll provide link)
Why: Because your business needs it!
When I think back to the first time I stood on stage... I cringe. Hard. I knew nothing about crafting a deliberate first impression. My presentation strategy was haphazard at best. It didn't feel great.
So I devoted hours to learning from the best presenters I knew. Today, I've given nearly 100 public presentations, many of which have led to new business.
Want to know what I learned? Sign up for my new master class and feel awesome about your next talk.
WATCH THE PREVIEW
HERE'S HOW THIS CLASS WILL HELP
You want your look to make an impression—but not distract from what you're saying. I'll help you plan your presentation power outfit.
It can be hard to find the balance between scripting everything and speaking conversationally. These tips will help.
Most compelling presentations share the same deep structure. I'll show you how to use it to build or rebuild your own talk.
Great speakers appear totally in tune with their audience—mostly thanks to a few simple tricks even the most crowd-shy speakers can add in.
Don't let questions from the audience leave you speechless! Here's how to keep building your authority in a post-talk Q&A.
Bring your audience with you when you leave the room. I'll share my favorite way to use presentations to build a lasting following.
You don't need pro-level design skills to create visually stunning slides. I'll show you my favorite ways to build an artful deck.
To keep improving your talk, you'll need to hear more than "You did great!" Here's how to get honest, helpful feedback on presentations.
I remember when I began to think I might actually have something to teach people about presenting in public.
I'd just given my 15th talk on stage, and a good friend of mine happened to be in the audience. The talk went well, and afterward, we met up to chat.
"I could never do something like that," she told me. My friend was building a really promising business, but I knew she was a pretty shy person, and I could see how she struggled to get her name out there.
I looked at her and I said: "Wanna bet?"
We set a weekly coffee date: one hour a week totally devoted to building her confidence and refining her presentation strategy.
After a month she'd booked her first appearance. After six months, she didn't need my help anymore. Today, she's on the road speaking almost more than she's at home.
If my friend could do this, I know you can, too. I've seen what gets results—and I'd love to share it with you.