Easy Guide to Presentations - Get Action & Recognition [NOOK Book]


Have your ever heard the phrase, "silver-tongued devil"? This phrase is often spoken when hearing about someone who appears to be a natural at public speaking. This is especially true if you are closely associated to the sales industry.

Honestly, there is NO such creature. We all have the same opportunities as well as challenges. What we DO with those opportunities and how ...
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Easy Guide to Presentations - Get Action & Recognition

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Have your ever heard the phrase, "silver-tongued devil"? This phrase is often spoken when hearing about someone who appears to be a natural at public speaking. This is especially true if you are closely associated to the sales industry.

Honestly, there is NO such creature. We all have the same opportunities as well as challenges. What we DO with those opportunities and how we OVERCOME those challenges is what's important.

We are all born with pretty much the same set of assets. The difference between success or failure is what we do with those assets..

Successful presentations aren't limited to sales people!

Not hardly. Almost everyone has an occasion where we must give some type of presentation. Maybe it's a quarterly report to a board of directors or perhaps you need to present a budget to a group of people.

Have you ever been called upon to present a plan of action for a PTA or a social group you are associated with? If you have never had to make a presentation, it's a good bet that your turn is coming and it's great to be prepared.

Ask yourself these three questions:

What if you could learn from the best?
What if you were able to overcome stage fright?
What if there were a way to connect with an audience?

Well, you can accomplish each of those goals and we'd like to show you just how simple it can be.

How do you create a success presentation?
Self-help books contain a bunch of great information and you can get much helpful information. Just remember that it is usually general information and geared toward sales. That's good, but what if you aren't a sales person and just need help with presenting a budget or a proposal for a new snack bar at the Little League Field?

Again, what YOU need is information specific to having a powerful presentation in any venue! So how do you get that specific information? Glad you asked. You need our "Easy Guide to Powerful Presentations."

Take a look at what our author has uncovered for you:

Learn why you must connect to the audience.
Find out why being a better listener is crucial.
Discover the importance of body language.
Understand why technology won't save a presentation.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014816595
  • Publisher: Creaders Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/8/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 814 KB

Meet the Author

Allen Harrison successfully represented companies and good causes for many years.

Allen said, “My work has involved presenting in a wide variety of places and situations. I started with store demonstrations which helped me to learn how to connect with people quickly and to be confident in just about any situation.”

“That has been invaluable in all the other presentations I have done since those early days.”

Allen said, “I shared my experience and knowledge in this ebook to help my readers quickly improve their own ability to present their ideas or services to groups both large and small.”

“I believe that improving your ability to connect and interact with all types of people is one of the most valuable skills which you can have.”

“I will focus on business presentations in the ebook but will also show how they can be used in a much wider range of places.”

“Presentation skills are valuable to everyone that is in any kind of business, even if they do not do formal presentations like I have. I know many people that have become more successful than they thought they ever would be.

They can start using some of these techniques and tips to increase their self-confidence and their ability to put forward their ideas and suggestions to their employers and clients.

It’s more important than ever to be able to communicate well in every part of our lives and the advice of an experienced presenter can help anyone become more successful and confident.
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    Posted November 29, 2012

    Highly recommended

    Very practical tips.

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