Memorable Presentations Made Simple…net - Working

Presentations are memorable for two reasons: The right reasons OR the wrong reasons. Work at your networking.

The quote I live by:
"I have seen that in any great undertaking it is not enough for a man to depend simply upon himself." (Lone Man) Teton Sioux.

Now you’re going to have to allow me pc here and say that in this day and age it’s ‘not enough for a woman to depend simply upon herself’,

Depend: (definition)

To rely for support, maintenance, help, etc. (usually followed by on or upon):

You can use…

I rely on my networking groups to show an interest in me: I depend on people to talk about me to other people: I rely on people for the maintenance of my computer and broadband, my scooter and my travel needs.

In fact…
I’m a speaker and a personal trainer, quite simply I rely upon other people, and my business needs people to rely on me…

BIG Voice:
Everyone says ‘speaking causes me sickness, sleepless nights and anxiety’. No amount of reading ‘How To’ books will change that. At some stage people who need to make an impact, need to have a mentor, a coach or at least a ‘superhero’ they are prepared to follow around the circuit. Everyone knows that more people are going into business today and networking groups are springing up like daisies in May! You need to be memorable for the right reasons.

You see…
When we pay thousands of pounds a year on networking or sending our sales force to present business at trade shows, we should be sure that the speaker is comfortable with facing an audience and confident of making an impact. Again to do this, we need to depend on our own enthusiasm or the dedication of the people we choose to represent us.

‘People won’t remember what you say, as much as what they see when you say it’. Patricia Fripp.

If people will only remember a fraction of what you say, but a huge chunk of how you looked, how you sounded and how you performed when you said it, it makes sense to improve those areas of your presentation. That’s right, isn’t it?

Therefore if you listen to yourself, the words you say and the way you say them it makes sense that your return on the income you’ve spent will improve doesn’t it?

 

Here are some Tips you should remember:

Turning up, starts way before you walk through the door…

Standing up means just that…stand tall, don’t slouch and don’t put your hands in your pockets…

Speaking up means that everyone in the room deserves to hear you clearly; they need to be inspired, enthused and entertained…

Following up means be respectful of the people who attended the same meeting that you did. SEE MY QUOTE ABOVE.

And so…

If you recognise any of the ‘tips above and feel that your business would benefit from being memorable for the right reasons – come and spend a day with me –and I’ll show you exactly how to get – the ROI you say want.

Go on then...

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