Andy Szekel - Speaker Secrets - Romanian Language [4 DVD - 1 PDF]
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Category: Management / Leadership
Why public speaker experts with skills are paid 2 times more?
How to use package that Speaker Secrets to remove the maximum from it. Why this multimedia package contains information in three formats (audio, video and text) and how to use it so that learning to be accelerated and long term . What is the conceptual structure of this package and in what order to listen to CDs and watch DVDs.
How to create perfect emotional state before any presentations using visualization and exercise.
How "elude" tough questions and solve objections as "high net" by skeptics in the audience. Why do people ask you difficult questions or throw "banana peel" on stage ... and how can you avoid any problems with the elegance of a professional dancer.
Croce style of presentation. This model contains a list of criteria that your speech needs to meet in order to have the desired impact. You can watch it as a way to check the success of your future speech ... before you get on stage. It works on the same principle as shopping ... make sure you have bought everything you needed before making all the way home only to realize you forgot to buy bread. In addition ... if when you check presentations future ... you realize that it does not meet two of the criteria ... then you add them immediately ... and so ensure success even before you walk out the door.
How to use Croce style to get feedback from the public, colleagues or friends and find out who are your weaknesses and your strengths. Once you have this information of 3 - 4 - 5 sources you can make a clear idea about the skills that you need time to refocus more for your speeches to inspire, to persuade, to motivate.
What are the 3 parameters with which you measure progress in acquiring your skills for public speaking.
" I would rather die than speak in public . " Fear of public speaking is the biggest fear in the world, while the fear of death is at # 4. Why is there such an anomaly and how can you overcome the fear of speaking in public.
Although most people think that you need to get rid of nervous to speak in front of a group of people, the truth is that emotions do not disappear even if 10,000 sites speech (speech = public presentation). What you do is to learn how to guide your emotions so your message to make an impact on the scene.
How fast you learn public speaking techniques to quickly and efficiently pass through the study and reach the more interesting, which is called applying the techniques in your presentations.
What to do in the first minutes of presentation so that you gain credibility, to relax the audience and solve the main objections that runs in people's heads before you start talking.
How to provide relevancy perspective? The only thing that an expert can offer better than anyone else is the perspective in which information he can offer you is relevant to you. That's why the doctor listen with interest when you talk about the symptoms you have. They relevance to you. Public speaking site teaches you how to find the relevant offer that if a group of people ... it will be very motivated to listen to your ideas.
The three questions that get you out of any "trouble" when doing public presentations. These questions can be used for almost any purpose personal ... not only for speech sites.
What are the key beliefs of professional public speakers. What are the beliefs that you need them to you "install" because your success in public speaking to be inevitable. What are some techniques that you can use them anytime you need to install your new belief.
What language do not use in your speeches. What is your message language that provides clarity ... and what kind of words is preferable to use in your presentations.
Why planning is important presentation before ... but not its observance during speech. Why would well as after you've made a plan ... to watch it when you get up on stage.
What are the objections that runs in your head people before your presentation and how you can solve it in the first minute.
The 4 Myths About Public Speaking. Myth expert who believes that the results speak for him; Myth emotions - I too many emotions that I could speak in public; Myth public speaker who thinks he knows enough to speak on stage ... forgetting brand promotion and credibility; Myth numbers of people who believe that the figures speak for them and do not take into account a particular way to present the reality of facts totally change (for better or worse).
What if "you lose the audience" ... in the world is no longer interested in what you say and finds other things to do (like to talk among themselves, play on mobile or even some stand up and leave)
How do you make a "psychological contract" with the group to avoid problems that may occur because of the feeling of confusion among the public.
The importance of purpose in public presentations. When talking to an audience ... the goal is one that will motivate you to go ahead and get over the problems that can occur during a presentation. If someone in the audience you really want to put your "drunk-in wheels" ... you will not get to go with him in controversy because your aim is to convey important information to those who need it ... not the that will stop you.
The 4 lessons essential public speakers and how to use them to find the highway to mastery in public speaking and avoid roads with potholes that grab most people.
The 5S success of a public speaker. Why Technical presentations (delivery strategy - the first S) is only responsible for 20% of the impact of public presentations ... and how you can combine other 4S (end condition, significance, style) so your presentation to make an impact.
Jamie Oliver is not the best cook in the world ... but it is certainly the best known. What made the difference in his career? Able to speak convincingly in front of the camera and groups of persons. Discover how you can use this skill to earn your reputation locally, nationally or even internationally.
What is a difficult audience? Is there an audience that can not be convinced? ... Or exist only speech that have no relevance to the audience and everything to do ... is to find that common ground (between the speaker and the group of people) to be listened to and understood.
The 3 "i" of public speaking (inspiration, information and involvement). How to use them in your presentations to create a complete experience for your audience. (CD 2)
How to "steal items" from the best public speakers so you get to the desired place more quickly. Modeling excellence ... as it is called in the literature ... is the quickest path to mastery in any field you wish to become efficient.
How to create those "rhythm breaks" during the presentation so that your audience does not get bored or to enter into dialogue abundant interior. Two of the ways that you can create these "rhythm breaks" .... some jokes and dramatic pauses.
The secret of success of public presentations is structured the story around which the speech. How do you find the relevant story of your life (or friends) that relates to what is going to introduce.
How many times to repeat a story before you know discourse? How to transform a story "trivial" in one inspirational? What do successful speakers to convey strong emotion through their stories.
The 10 key beliefs that we extracted at a conference in Italy from world-renowned public speakers that are actually based or if you want ... the root of their success.
Why public speaking, will become a key element in the educational system ... and what is the best way to provide information to groups of people (more powerful than books, courses or learning any other way)
What is improvisation ... when it helps and it becomes your enemy presentations. To rely on this ability before each speech to prepare ... definitely not lead to failure ... but to rely on it to get you out of unexpected problems ... is an excellent solution.
Myth powerpoint community. What is the only situation where a powerpoint even help in a public presentation ... and which are situations where such an addition does nothing more than eat from your audience's attention.
What else helps your Public Speaking? Briefly ... increases your self-esteem, help you structure your ideas and flexibility to you. These additional benefits are the key to success in career and personal life.
Why public speaking skills can be used to move to the next level in any career? For example ... sales executives use public speaking to motivate and lead teams to make sales presentations to present their ideas and reports to the Board of directors. Experts ... ... public speaking skills used to build a brand, to make themselves known, to convey their expertise to others. Marketers and those who work in public relations need to be able to make presentations to build brand impact companies.