COURSE UPDATED IN NOVEMBER 2016!
In the 21st century, a speaker is no longer the only source of information in a room. Nowadays one cannot get full attention of the audience just because he or she has something to say. One needs to earn this attention.
Become an interesting speaker by mastering easy-to-use attention-grabbing techniques!
In this course you will learn:
· How to make content of your speech interesting.
· How to structure your speech properly so that you don’t get criticized or sabotaged on stage.
· How to get more sales from stage without forcing people.
· How to be a “valuable” speaker.
· How to prepare speeches faster and easier.
The skills covered in the course are essential if you want to make your presentations a part of your content-marketing and promotion strategy. Nowadays people are busy – no one really wants to come to simple sales presentations or watch them online. If you want to make people interested – you need to stand out.
How come Apple does great presentations and so many companies do not?
I have seen dozens of pointless, boring and low-performing presentations. They really could have been better.
This is why I created this course. I wanted to help speakers improve the quality of the time they spend with the audience and to show them a way to get better results.
Attention of your audience is a great resource. You just need a manual.
It’s time to stop just talking to listeners. Learn how to make them participants!
A good public speech or presentation is not about just standing in front of the audience telling something. You need a goal.
In this lecture you will learn how to set the goals for your speech and how to convince people to take the first steps towards the end-result you desire.
Boring speakers do not attract attention to what they talk about. It's usually not because the content is bad. The lack of interest is usually a result of not knowing how attention works. It's time to learn about it!
Storytelling is a well-known technique of public speaking. But what structural elements should a story have to attract attention of your audience? How to make stories work to your advantage?
Being a monotonous speaker is a great disadvantage in the 21st century. There actually are many types of activities you can undertake while giving a speech to become an interactive speaker.
In this lecture you will learn what these activities are and how to use them as tools in your presentations.
An argument with an audience it usually the result of trying to impose the speaker's point of view over what people think.
Instead of creating a conflict you can use your audience's opinions to make your speech more interesting and to involve people into listening to you.
Learn how to do that in this lecture!
Learn how to use the basic principles of education in your public speeches to make the audience follow your point and to make people more interested in what you are saying.
In the beginning of your speech you have a short period of time when people evaluate you.
Learn how to establish a connection and to attract attention ever since the beginning of your speech!
We are all scared of being sabotaged or critisized on stage. Let's learn the techniques that help to avoid that!
It is time to get rid of the stage fright!
In order to motivate people to do what we want them to do it is not enough to simply state how cool our project, product or service is.
In this lecture you will learn how to structure the main part of your speech to keep people focused on the subject.
The downloable worksheet is a great resource you should use to reduce the ammount of time and effort required to prepare a good motivational speech.
In this video I'll tell you everything you need to know to work with this template.
You will also learn about openers and means of making your speech look cool no matter what happens while you deliever it.
I am a professional teacher. After obtaining a University degree giving seminars had been a hobby for a while, but then it became a full-time job with a total period of 4 years of dedication.
Currently I work for a major Internet-company as a T&D-manager, helping people to become better in managing, public speaking, speed-reading, processing information and finding creative solutions to problems.
I am often invited to speak at conferences, TV and radio-shows.
To me it is the best part in life. I think we are meant to share our knowledge and experience with each other.
The techniques I provide in my courses are not what I just read or heard somewhere. Whatever you learn in my courses – it was (what I call it) “tested on the battlefield” by myself and/or my students.
Feel free to reach me. Ask questions. Share your experience.