by AmondaRose Igoe | Oct 5, 2015 | Advanced Presentation Skills, Business, Closing Offers, Create a Signature Presentation, Create Income, E-mail Marketing, How to Create a Presentation, Marketing, Money, On-Stage Delivery, Presentation Design, Presentation Marketing, Presentation Skills, Presenting Your Offer, Public Speaking Help, Public Speaking Tips, Selling, Selling from the Stage, Speak to Sell, Speaking Challenges, Tips, Writing a Speech, YouTubeWatch the video or read the video text below to: Avoid common mistakes the even Smart Business Owners, Entrepreneurs and Speakers make when it comes to creating extreme value and high level of credibility with your audience. Make sure you have this perfect offer in...
by AmondaRose Igoe | Mar 6, 2015 | Communication Skills, Keynote Presentations, On-Stage Delivery, Public Speaking Help, Public Speaking Tips, Selling from the Stage, Speaking ChallengesSince I have been speaking professionally for over 15 years, I have seen my fair share of presentation challenges and have learned how to respond to these unexpected and difficult situations with grace and ease. The specific challenges I am talking about have nothing...
by AmondaRose Igoe | Mar 6, 2015 | Keynote Presentations, On-Stage Delivery, Presentation Strategies, Presenting Your Offer, Professional Speaking Strategies, Public Speaking Help, Public Speaking Tips, Speaking ChallengesWhether you are new to speaking or have been speaking for some time, you will realize that we all have occasional presentation blunders and we need to know how to rebound, refocus and re-energize after an unexpected presentation disaster. “Disaster” may...
by AmondaRose Igoe | Feb 10, 2015 | Book Speaking Events, Book Speaking Opportunities, Communication Skills, On-Stage Delivery, Presentation Marketing, Presentation Skills, Presentation Strategies, Presenting Your Offer, Professional Speaking Strategies, Public Speaking Help, Public Speaking Tips, Speaking ChallengesAlmost weekly I talk to people who want to get booked but are frustrated by their results. I discovered a top reason why you are having a challenge getting booked as a speaker. When I think back to all those wanna-be speakers I have spoken to, there is a huge reason...
by AmondaRose Igoe | Jan 30, 2015 | Communication Skills, Keynote Presentations, Marketing, On-Stage Delivery, Personal Experience and Stories, Personal Growth, Presentation Skills, Presentation Strategies, Presenting Your Offer, Professional Speaking Strategies, Public Speaking Help, Public Speaking Tips, Selling from the Stage, Speak to Sell, Speaking ChallengesDo you know what the Dog Whisperer and Public Speaking have in common? Have you ever attended a presentation where the speaker was all over the place? So much so that you felt really uncomfortable? Almost to the point where their overexcitement made you want to...
by AmondaRose Igoe | Oct 13, 2014 | Advanced Presentation Skills, Communication Skills, Create a Signature Presentation, How to Create a Presentation, Presentation Design, Presentation Strategies, Professional Speaking Strategies, Public Speaking Help, Public Speaking Tips, Speaking ChallengesOne of the most common questions people ask me is…“Should I include a Question and Answer (Q & A) section in my next presentation?” My response is always “It depends on your specific presentation.” How do you know if Q & A is right for your presentation or...
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