Monthly Archives: June 2011

The 5th Power of WOW: Incorporate Result-getting Techniques

Here are a few techniques guaranteed to add strength and power to your presentations. Including audience participation in your presentation commands attention, boosts learning, and builds interest in your subject. Pose informal questions to the audience etc. One-on-one Contact Eye contact is the best way to build trust and acceptance with your audience. Treat each person as […]

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The 4th Power of WOW: Employ Your Personal Advantage

As the speaker, you are the center of the presentation. Your visuals and hand-outs are there only to support you. It’s important to look and sound comfortable and appear honest and believable. The surest way to do this is to build your presentation around your own personality and style. It’s an old adage, but “be […]

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The 3rd Power of WOW: Build On A Proven Success Tool

Are you selling a product? Prospects want to know “what will it do for me?” Are you presenting to stockholders? Investors want to know how the news will affect their pocketbooks. Are you training employees and customers? They need to know how to accomplish a task, but also what advantages will come from the knowledge. […]

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The 2nd Power of WOW: Direct The Message

Employ this essential practice at every presentation. Mentally put yourself in the audience. Imagine their attitude. Are you glad to be there? Are you comfortable? Understanding how your audience feels gives you the information you need to make an essential connection with them. Attitude Is your audience happy to be there, or did you have […]

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The 1st Power of WOW: Focus On The Needs Of Your Audience

Whatever the subject of your presentation, it’s important to understand what your audience wants to gain from attending. The key to winning over an audience is to make their needs and desires the prominent part of your message. Here are some types of audiences you may speak in front of: Selling goods and/or services To […]

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