Have you ever wished that every time you presented the audience was blown away? That they would hang on every word? That you were confident, engaging and advancing your career every single time?

The good news is, it is possible to present in ways that help you achieve this – I only wished I had pulled someone aside to show me when I was starting out! Leaving aside the benefits to my personal brand, life sure would have been a lot easier!

Even earlier than my early career, whilst I was a student, I struggled to present at all, let alone well. Indeed, my education as a professional is littered with some of the most tragically embarrassing tales you could imagine!

Fortunately, even if you often feel nervous before a presentation like I did, and even if you wish you had a time machine or a magic formula that would help you to bypass presentation day or to nail presentations every time with confidence, it is absolutely possible to become a presentation master!

In this video, I share what I regard as the top 3 secrets I use to help me relax, to connect with an audience and to nail a presentation… but be warned, they are not what most training trainers might tell you! Here’s a sneak peak:

1. Be authentic be embarrassingly authentic!

2. Give your audience a reason to REALLY want to watch you – enrol them via questions

3. Be big enough and humble enough to share openly about yourself in the areas about which you are talking… particularly your failures

Anyway, I am sure you already know how being a great presenter is so central to succeeding in your career, so enjoy the vid and use it to help make it big in your life, career & business!

Yours in success

2 thoughts on “The 3 Unexpected Secrets to a Knock-Out Presentation

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