Monthly Archives: November 2010

Kock ‘Em Dead With Your Next Sales Presentation

If you want to rise head and shoulders above your rivals , you need to deliver a sales presentation that doesn’t just get the job completed , but blows away the others. Being adequate is no longer enough to bring you the business. You need to be remarkable . Just how can you deliver an memorable presentation ? By treating it like a show . And who better to help you take that business presentation to the next level than a performer and motivational speaker. Below are a few insider tips that


“Strong as Death” Sales Pitch in Ten Steps

Move Your Sales Pitches from Lame to Rock Solid

Slow down and think about it – you’ve expended 1000′s of dollars in research and travel time, had to make two hair raising connecting flights, been harassed and cajolled by the Transportation Security Administration, and you’ve got that constant itch that makes you speculate whether your motel bed last night had bed bugs. All just for 15 minutes to speak to this encouraging audience of prospective customers. You recalled each word of your presentation. You feel you did remarkable. In actuality , your crowd checked out in the first sentence


Linking In To Your Audience Before You Ever See Your Audience

How To Make Your Sales Presentation Connect With An Audience You’ve Never Met

The fastest method to connect with your audience is to really know your audience. Unfortunately, as motivational speakers, sales people, or anyone giving presentations understands, we don’t often get the chance to get to know them first. Or do we? Can we get to know an audience before we get there? I say yes you can thanks to technology and it’s simpler than you think.

First you need to realize that you aren’t on a quest to know their individual