Transform your speaking skills today. You get 18 video lessons, 3 bonus videos, 100+ page e-book and support documents for your investment of $242. That's a little over $10 a lesson for a coaching program that will change the way you plan, create and deliver presentations and speeches. If you are a nervous speaker, you are not alone, and you are not unusual. Three out of four people dislike speaking in public. Don’t worry. It can be fixed. I am proud to say that every client who has been through one of my workshops has transformed their speaking skills. I’ve seen tears of frustration in the morning, and tears of joy in the afternoon, as clients find their voices and grow in confidence. This Presentations Masterclass course is the product of lessons learned in those workshops.
A step-by-step guide to better presentations and speeches. Everything you need to upgrade your speaking and presenting skills. Discover your authentic voice and captivate audiences with our TalkitOut Technique. You'll learn how to focus your message, plan your content, the importance of dynamic openings and persuasive endings, and how to avoid language that muddles your message. You'll also discover the importance of storytelling, and the persuasive power of passion. There are sections on the effective use of slides, and on creating compelling videos. Plus tips on creating and delivering any of the top four types of speech you are most likely to be asked to give. And a whole section on after-dinner speaking.
The average sound bite on television is about 8 seconds. How do you make sure the 8 second clip that gets broadcast is the strongest, most credible version of your message you are capable of delivering? This no-nonsense guide to dealing with journalists will enable you to feel comfortable delivering your message in any media interview. Former BBC newsman Neil Everton shows you how to deliver powerful, credible messages in any interview, how to handle tough questions, how to stay on topic and how to handle a crisis. Sections include:Preparing for an interviewDefining your messageCreating compelling soundbitesUnderstanding how journalists workDealing with difficult questionsCrisis communications