P. Presentation – Presentation is a combination of content and energy. Content refers to your authentic message and energy is your most natural way of presenting.
We suggest that you have strong content and a very natural, authentic way of presenting.
You can structure your presentation as a keynote, seminar, tele-summit, facilitation, training, panel discussion and many other ways. Which is most comfortable for you?
How do you put your message together and how do you most effectively deliver it to be sure you are memorable?
Lesson 1 Introduction to Presentation – Video that introduces you to presentations
Lesson 2 Types of Presentations – Exercises that help you discover the many ways you can deliver your message.
Lesson 3 Presentation Options – Video that gives additional clarity about the options available for you to deliver your message
Lesson 4 The Power of Stories – Interview with Lee Pound to help you appreciate the value of using stories in your presentations
Lesson 5 Presentation Tips from a Speaker Icon – Interview with Willie Jolley who is a successful international speaker
Lesson 6 Putting it All Together – Video that provides tips including where to start speaking
BONUS 1 Expanding the Presentation – Exercises that give you options on ways to construct your presentation
BONUS 2 Polishing the Presentation – Information that will help you improve your presentation skills
It is important that you take your time as you go through the lessons. We want you to absorb the information, reflect on it and make sure the decisions you make as you progress are aligned with each other. This takes time and patience.
On the other hand, we recognize that some people are ready to move quickly because they have thought about the important elements of becoming a speaker and just need the format to guide them.
To address the range of needs, the lessons will be delivered to you every three days. Save each lesson to review when you are ready and take time to reflect as you go.
If you want to move faster than receiving the lessons every three days, consider one-on-one coaching for fast-track development.
Use this link to learn about coaching options.
Every 4th Tuesday you participate in group coaching session. On these calls, you can ask any question and receive an answer. Or you can forward a question by email. Even when you do not have a question, listen to the questions and answers of others. It is likely that you may have the same question soon. Group coaching membership for Level 1 is six months.