Enjoy Making an Impact
- The Secrets to Successful Public Speaking, Part 1
- Length: 30 mins
- Release date: 09-06-09
- Language: English
- Publisher: Fetch UK Ltd
Even if you don't mind public speaking, there will be times when you are in unfamiliar circumstances, have to present an unpopular message or get put on the spot and you need a little bit of help.
Over 20 years, Ed Percival, leading Trainer and Coach, has helped some of the most successful people in business, entertainment and sport to become great presenters, regardless of their levels of nerves. And now you can learn his secrets to delivering with precision and confidence and mostly importantly enjoy making an impact.
Through simple, easy to follow and proven instructions, you will learn the key principles to public speaking and presenting in any context. In this two part audio book, Ed will show you how to:
Stand in front of any size audience and connect with them almost instantly
Develop your own voice so it becomes an 'instrument' not an 'accident'
Make your message clearer and more powerful
Use your time effectively to structure your presentation, so that your audience understands and remembers your message
Be confident as yourself and communicate authentically with any size audience, from small meetings to large conferences
Make your messages clear and memorable, so you don't need to rely on PowerPoint or a script
Be flexible and deal with questioning, losing your train of thought, difficult situations, or being put on the spot
Actually enjoy being in the 'spot light'. www.leadingworks.com and www.edpercival.com
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Michelle on 28-02-11
The results have been great
I've now listened to all three in the series and as well as helping me overcome my fear of public speaking. I have some really interesting strategies for helping me engage more with my team when I present - the results have been fantastic
By Andrew on 12-04-10
A case study in how to present the obvious as though it is a revelation. Sometimes, it can be useful to hear the obvious spoken, but here it is little more than slightly dull. And I really don't need to know that the presenter is an Eric Clapton fan - surely that's more his issue than it is to my benefit in listening to this audiobook. Not good.
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By DP33 on 19-03-12
Not very informative and terrible audio quality!
Would you try another book from Ed Percival and/or the narrator?
Done with the distorted, headache-inducing audio that you sell. Simply dreadful.
Any additional comments?
Why don't you improve the audio??? It just makes no sense to run a company THAT IS AUDIO, with dreadful audio!
By Ronald on 21-11-10
I like a powerful message, none of the fluff, and I want it quickly. What other writers take hours to do (if at all), the author gives you in a half hour. Do you want to make an impact for your meeting tomorrow? Have a listen. These tips are very effective.