Public Speaking: The Importance of Introduction Part 1

The role of the MC is actually a lot more important than most people would assume. . .

You see, knowing how to introduce a speaker is a learned skill and although it seems very simple and straightforward, there’s a lot more to it than meets the eye.

So if you are an MC in the making or if you are looking for an MC for your next presentation . . . read on!

The 5 Biggest Mistakes Public Speakers Make . . . And How YOU Can Avoid Them!

Your message alone is not enough to inspire people to buy your products and services. Not giving a sales pitch to your audience is doing them a disservice. In order to make a real difference in someone’s life, you must give them the opportunity for an ongoing education. If they don’t buy from you, they’ll buy from someone else.

Public Speaking: The Top 5 Benefits Of Speaking In Public

There are so many benefits to becoming a speaker – for your business, your bank balance, for your lifestyle AND for your own personal confidence – I can’t even cover them all in one mere blog post so I’ve highlighted the top 5 for you!

Blah, Blah, Blah . . . What’s In YOUR Head When You’re Up On Stage?

If you’ve done a number of presentations, you will have had the experience of delivering your well-designed “speech” to a few different crowds. But one thing I have noticed with speakers time and time again is that when they are actually on stage, sometimes their focus is on the wrong place.

4 Tips for Public Speaking: Why Feedback Is So Important To Your Sales

One of the best public speaking tips I can give you is this always seek feedback!

Remember, when you’re speaking in public, either on stage or during a presentation, the aim is to not just to educate but also to leverage your time and bring in extra sales for your business. Selling 1:100 is much more powerful than selling 1:1 . . .which is why getting feedback on your performance can make all the difference to your bottom line profits.

Sales Presentation: 3 Top Tips For Maximising Your Sales

During any sales presentation the aim is to not to get a round of applause but to make as much profit as possible. There are a handful of small but powerful sales processes most speakers often overlook – but which can also have a subtle impact on your profits.