The art of being believable or trustworthy depends on your ability to engage your audience in the first few minutes of your presentation. If they were not buying into what you say or who you say you are from the beginning, your entire speech would be worthless. After all, when we are giving a speech, the common goal is to convince our audience to take some action after hearing us speak. You'll discover what are the key elements of credibility and learn simple rules to present with authenticity.
Many factors contribute to how effective you speak. Whether you are closing a prospective client, motivating a team, proposing a marriage or a parent teaching a child, what you say and how you say it plays an equal role in determining the outcome. This is the energy that you bring to your presentation. Above all, it is how well you engage with your audience on an emotional level. Here, Eric shows you how to spot and intensify key messages in your speech and deliver your presentation on high expectations.
Have you ever had the experience where people can't keep attention and remember what you said earlier in your presentation? Would you like to be more productive in your communication skills, whose words carry real weight and impact? Research shows that people who do not buy on the spot typically tend to forget what you said before. You'll learn how to develop powerful phrases and master effective communication patterns that keeps your audience engaged, during and after your presentation.