Free Download Udemy Public speaking made simple… and fun. With the help of this course you can Learn to love your next presentation.
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What will I need?
- The opportunity to speak and having something to teach
Is this course right for me?
- Independent professionals who build their business through networking
- Employees who present to upper management
- Agencies who are regularly creating pitch decks
- Business development professionals
What am I going to learn?
- Organize your thoughts and shed the superfluous - what NOT to say
- Build visuals that support and donu2019t distract
- Speak with u201cvocal formattingu201d to make your discourse easy to follow
- Interact and engage with your audience
- Have fun giving presentations
- Master the art of the Q&A
Giving presentations is difficult for two main reasons:
our own nervousness, and
lack of speaking skills.
And yet, giving presentations is incredibly beneficial. It not only gives us new business opportunities, but it also trains us to be better teachers, increases confidence, and develops leadership skills. Public speaking is an all-around life-changer.
What we forget is that these events are always and only about the audience: what they hear, and what they are inspired to do with the information. With this class you will learn a model that you can apply to any content and any situation to give presentations that spur action.
The first few times I gave a presentation, I didn’t remember a thing I had said: I was so nervous that the whole thing became a blur. Once I realized speaking was a necessity for me, I set out to change that. If I had to do it, I was going to have fun doing it.
With this course I will share a step by step process for picking the best content, overcoming fear (the transparency illusion), building a compelling narrative, interacting with your audience, and learning to love public speaking.
Speaking can be great for everyone involved: you as speaker and the audience when they get something practical.