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Three Ways to Become a Better Presenter

Presentations and public speaking strike fear in the hearts of people everywhere. Whether it’s a presentation for a small board of stakeholders or speaking in front of hundreds about your company’s latest product, presentations can be uncomfortable and nerve-wracking. In fact, according to Statistic Brain, 74% of Americans fear public speaking. It’s the number one phobia, with fear of death …

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Stop Presenting Like It’s 1999!

Hey kids, want to know what 1999 was like? Sit in on most sales presentations today and you’ll instantly be transported back in time. Boring company overviews. Long monologues. Forgettable messaging. The only difference between 1999 and 2016 are the disengaged prospects reaching for their smartphones. We don’t live in the 90’s anymore and neither do our prospects. Consider this: …

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Waking the Dead: A Guide to a Killer Presentation

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You’re making a presentation, and suddenly, you hear “squeeeeak..clonk, clonk, clonk.” A monster’s on the way! What do you do? How do you wake the dead? How do you keep beasties and ghouls from ruining your pitch? Here’s your guide to a killer presentation. How to Slay a Zombie Silent and unresponsive, zombies have limited function in their brains, and …

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Formula for a Winning Presentation Design

Formulating the best presentation for your next sales meeting can seem like rocket science. Where do you start? Should you use graphs and pie charts? How do you conclude your presentation? Is there really a science behind designing the perfect presentation? The Presentation Scientists at PGi have the answers. Check out the five elements you need to create a winning …

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Don’t Rely on the Same Old Presentation Song and Dance

Gone are the days when you were forced to use one or two options like a slide deck or a projector to relay your information. Now, we have access to the internet and to free tools that can really up your presentation game. So instead of relying on the same old presentation song and dance, consider using different and nonconventional …

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