Many people spend time agonising over the preparation of their presentations. They do this because they don’t know the correct way to prepare. They write out their message on slides so they don’t forget a thing. Then they read the slides to their audiences.

Unfortunately, this bores the audience. You can see and feel this as the eyes of the audience glaze over and they start to nod off. There is a technical word for this Phenomena – it’s called ‘feedback’.

2015-09-14_0806There is a more efficient, productive and interesting way to prepare and deliver a presentation. But there are some rules to follow:

  • You have to change the way you prepare – the old way takes too long.
  • You have to change the way you deliver your presentation – the old way bores your audience
  • And, you have to change how you deliver your message – the old way made you look weak.

I’ve written the book How to Write a 10-Minute Presentation in Under 2 Minutes to help busy people prepare great messages. You can check it out here.

It covers what you need to do, and how you need to think, so you can speak without spending ages preparing.

As an introductory offer, I’m giving free shipping right across Australia.

You can check it out here.

This is a limited time offer only.

Cheers,

Darren