In the world of business or education, when you hear a "pro" deliver a lecture or presentation, much of your response is produced by the apparent effortlessness and tight co-ordination of the vocabulary, visuals, vitality and voicing of the presenter -- a subtle but powerful weaving of medium and message that reaches you with its warmth and color and assures that you understand and agree and will respond in a positive way. You "get it." In this book, author Larry Barkan, whose bio includes mofe than a quarter-century of professional public speaking, teach, and business presenting, shows you how to become that kind of "weaver" by bringing together all the vital elements of a presentation (even to as few as one or two people) so they hear you, see you, understand you, and take the actions you are recommending. Can you do it? Of course you can, as Larry outlines a process and a plan for doing so -- every single time. So start today.