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I hope this helps you upgrade your presentations, fast-track your career, and level up your life. Add professional-speaker level skills to technical skills to skyrocket your performance. The fastest way to upgrade your team’s impact is through better communication. Elevate your presentation skills. With one book.
The book contains five ways to upgrade your next presentation.
- Do you need your audience to listen closely to you?
- Do you want people to remember your story?
- Do you hope to inspire change?
Engage your audience with questions. Tell a great story like a movie. Inspire people with why you’re speaking. Improve your slides, simplify your writing, and more. Plus, I added my top ten virtual presentation tips to help anyone present remotely in our brave new world.
Chapters are independent, so you receive a quick return on your learning investment. Apply just one chapter at a time using the step-by-step instructions. Read a chapter in ten minutes and apply it to your presentation in less than an hour. If you want to spend years learning to become a better presenter, don’t read this book.
Regardless of your background and communication skill set, Matt’s book will make you better. I have been creating presentations and giving speeches for many years and found new ways to improve from this book. Concepts like the 10/20/30 rule, the baby investigator, and bending the truth are just a few of the gems I discovered while preparing for a developer conference talk. If you are interested in upgrading your presentation skills to the next level, this book is a must-read.Brian Lawrence – Senior Manager at Cerner and award-winning public speaker
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Who presents at work, speaks to groups, or manages a team?
Who’s that colleague who bores you to death with their presentations? You know the one.
Which salesperson, business owner, or leader could use this book?
Which executive at your office loves the sound of their own voice? But no one else does.
Okay, maybe use a fake email account to share the book with them.