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In Presentations, Convey your Brand with a Clear Message

A brand is more than a logo. It comprises the personality of the whole company–the attributes, image, values and voice. Your message is your brand promise to the world. You must understand the difference between the two to create powerful presentations that differentiate you from your competitors and win the sale. Continue reading

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Powerful Presentations: The Genius of Plain Language

A presentation is a performance. It’s your opportunity to get out front and dazzle an audience while you play the leading role. And the secret to an outstanding presentation performance is to keep it real. Use the human touch to make human connections–because that’s where you’ll get the big payoff. Continue reading

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Turbocharge your Sales Presentation: 21 Ways to Open with a Grabber and Close with a Win

According to scientific research, an audience gives a presenter between 15 seconds to 2 minutes before deciding whether or not it is worth paying attention to the presentation. This article gives you 21 ways to engage your audience from the very first word. Continue reading

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Sales Presentation? 10 easy prep steps

If you’re in sales, you know your presentation is your most powerful closing tool. Even if you’re speaking in a public arena just for the fun of it, you want your presentation to be engaging and memorable. You were hoping your content would dazzle your audience. Whether you’re presenting for two hours or twenty minutes, for predictably positive results, here’s a better way. Ten easy prep steps.
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Presentation Performance Anxiety? Use it!

If you suffer from nerves before you present, you are not alone. What you can do, is to accept it, control your response to it, and use it to enhance your performance. Continue reading

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