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Catchy Presentation Titles Mini-Course Product

Catchy Presentation Titles Mini-Course Product

Catchy presentation titles are important when you begin to design a great presentation. Your audience will determine whether your presentation is worthy of their time almost instantly. In most cases, they make that determination based entirely on the title of the...

How to Add Humor to Your Speech Mini-Course Product

How to Add Humor to Your Speech Mini-Course Product

(40 minutes) Want to add humor to your speech? Quite often, when we are designing speeches and presentations for a professional audience, we discount the value of entertainment and humor. However, a good presentation should be both informative and entertaining. You...

How To End Your Presentation With A Bang Mini-Course Product

How To End Your Presentation With A Bang Mini-Course Product

Have you ever heard a great speaker end an amazing talk with a lousy “Thank you,” or worse, “That’s all folks, any questions?” Such endings are anti-climactic. You went through all that effort to deliver a good presentation and that’s how you end it? That is a real...

How To Start A Presentation Mini-Course Product

How To Start A Presentation Mini-Course Product

We've all been there as a speaker. You walk out onto a stage or into the front of the room, and the audience is staring at you with skepticism written all over their faces. This stoic crown has no patience for speakers who waste their time, and their demeanor is...

Storytelling in Public Speaking

Storytelling in Public Speaking

Great speakers know how to tell a great story. This post will give you the five key steps of storytelling that these great speakers know. This is a continuation of the post about how inserting stories into your presentations reduces public speaking fear. In that post,...

What is you Presentation Style? Mini-Course Product

What is you Presentation Style? Mini-Course Product

Ask most presentation skill experts what the ideal presentation style is, and you will likely get a variety of answers. Am I supposed to start with a story? Am I supposed to tell jokes? Are visual aids more critical to performance or is the content itself more...