Exceptional presenters/trainers present good information in a setting that makes audience members comfortable, satisfied, and relaxed. The more time you spend preparing your site, making your audience feel welcome, and attending to their comfort, the more focused they can be on your content. 388 more words
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One Perfect Pitch by Marie Perruchet offers step-by-step guidance to entrepreneurs who are seeking funding for their ventures, or those who need to sell themselves or their products or services. 233 more words
When creating content marking, how do you position yourself or your product?
Here are some examples:
Monster Under the Bed
A woman I know set up a webpage to help raise funds to fight breast cancer. 598 more words
There are many different story genres. And there are even more ways to tell those stories. But if you step back and examine the basic structure of how stories are told, you’ll start to recognize patterns. 1,005 more words
For all of you who are wondering, “Hey, what happened to discussing screenwriting?,” don’t worry. We’ll get back to it soon. This is the second installment in a brief digression away from screenwriting into how to use storytelling to enhance your content marketing and business presentations. 937 more words
Developing an outstanding presentation takes time and organization.
It’s a combination of crafting compelling content designed to connect with your audience’s hopes, dreams and alleviate fears and then delivering with the right blend of para-lingual and body language techniques. 604 more words
Preparing for a presentation is difficult as there are many unknown variables. It is acceptable for a speaker to make certain assumptions about a presentation. Here is a list of the 5 basic assumptions a speaker can make when preparing for a presentation. 386 more words