That’s why I put together this new quick-guide called 7 Fatal Presentation Errors and How to Avoid Them. It takes you through the seven worst mistakes speakers make—the trite, the boring and the downright lame openers that will cause your audience to check out … and maybe never come back.
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Fatal Presentation Errors
You don’t get a second chance to make that first impression, so you’ll want to avoid common opening errors like:
- The Dreaded Sales Pitch
- Perky Cheerleader Mode
- The Lame Dictionary Definition
Those are just a few ways to doom your presentation from the start. The guide digs into these and four other mistakes.
Ways to Start With a Bang
But don’t worry—it’s not all about the “don’ts.” The guide also offers seven examples of how to start things off with a bang. These include:
- Telling a story
- Relating an everyday truth
- Making an audacious claim
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The guide is a quick read—just four pages and 1,200 words—but it’s packed full of important presentation tips you’ll find useful the next time you have to get up in front of a group.
And when you sign up for the guide, you’ll also start receiving my monthly email, which is filled with advice and links to help you become a stronger, more confident communicator.
As a subscriber, you’ll also receive first word about the availability of my forthcoming book, The 11 Deadly Presentation Sins: A Path to Redemption for Public Speakers, and be eligible for an exclusive discount.
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Modern audiences have so many potential distractions literally at their fingertips, so it’s more important then ever to grab their attention right from the start. This quick-guide will help you avoid costly mistakes and put you on a path to presentation success.
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