Tag Archives: Sales Presentations

In One Ear Out The Other: The Art of Attentiveness in a Sales Speech

As a motivational speaker, I don’t look at myself a master at the science of selling, not even close. You’ll find men and women on the market a lot more competent than me penning books and expert articles on the skill of selling. Surprisingly there aren’t as many sales people reading them, or there wouldn’t be loads of sales reps selling like utter morons. It’s… Continue reading - In One Ear Out The Other: The Art of Attentiveness in a Sales Speech >>

Motivational Speakers Use Stories With Impact

Telling a Story With Effect

Regardless if you’re giving a motivational speech or a sales presentation, stories are paramount. Composing a decent story is not the same as telling a decent story.

Make Certain It Pertains To YOUR Attendees

A story about the adventures of having a young child isn’t the right story for a bunch of university students. Create a story… Continue reading - Motivational Speakers Use Stories With Impact >> | 1 Comment

It’s MY Presentation – I’m What’s Important Here!

My turning point as a motivational speaker arrived when I ceased making my shows about me and started creating them about my listeners . Daunting for a speaker. Of course it was all about me – who else was front and center on that stage ? I gave a superb speech. Audiences praised the speech . Wasn’t that the point?

I observed other… Continue reading - It's MY Presentation - I'm What's Important Here! >>

Bring ‘Em To Their Feet With Your Next Sales Presentation

If you want to stand up and stick out among your competitors , you have to deliver a presentation that doesn’t just get the job done , but outshines the others. Being good enough is no longer enough to get you the business. You have to be unforgettable . So how can you deliver an unforgettable presentation ? By treating it like a show . And who better to help… Continue reading - Bring 'Em To Their Feet With Your Next Sales Presentation >>

Ten Ways To Pitch with Passion

Banish Lack Luster Sales Pitches from Your Organization

You’ve dropped mega bucks for ten minutes in front of these prospective purchasers . You recalled each and every word of your script. You believe you did awesome. In actuality , your crowd checked out in the first sentence. As a motivational speaker and comic, I attend tons of meetings and hear gobs of sales