Business Speakers Academy

7 Secrets To A Killer Presentation

Most Successful Entrepreneurs And Executives Have Something In Common--

People Listen When They Speak !

Ed Phillips shares his secrets on you how to become the presenter others want to hear!

  • Gain poise and confidence
  • Motivate and influence others
  • Turn the “terror” of speaking into a golden opportunity
  • Become the public face and voice of your company
  • Increase Your Income
  • Get that desired promotion
  • Land your dream job
  • Speak your way to success

You will learn how to:

• Be equally at ease in front of groups or one-on-one
• Make that critical “first impression”
• Take control of meetings
• Be the “go-to” person in your company – the one who handles the most important presentations and negotiations
• Do your own radio or TV ads. People relate to people – not paid spokesmen or celebrities. Create a personal connection with your customers.
• Understand how you come across to other
• Dominate a room with your presence
• Ace media interviews for great PR
• Deliver presentations effortlessly and convincingly

Denny’s Story

Denny's company sold glass to consumers. Business was OK after Denny bought the company, but his marketing was not bringing in the leads he expected for the money he was spending. Denny asked Ed what he should do to bring in more business.Ed explained that since Denny was in a commodity business he had to stand out from the crowd and find that difference that made customers pass the doors of his competition to do business with him.

Ed suggested two things. First, stop spending so much money on yellow pages without knowing that it is producing leads. Ed showed Denny how to negotiate a 50% discount on his yellow pages ads and get tracking of every single call. When Denny did that he saved $24,000 in the first year and knew exactly how many leads his ads were delivering.

Next, Ed said that since Denny had been Sales Manager before he bought the company, why not speak to groups to bring in business? Denny worked with Ed to define his audience and how to construct and deliver that "killer speech". Fear of speaking was not Denny's problem, but focus on delivering good valuable and entertaining content needed a lot of work. When that work was done, Denny was delivering several speeches a month, building his mailing list and bringing in new customers all the time.

Ed showed Denny how to reach out to groups that regularly used speakers and how to perfect his delivery. He even developed a speech for younger future customers. Of course with a "take home" to show Mom and Dad.

Growing your customer base does take work. Denny was focused and willing to learn,. His success story is just one pathway to speak your way to success.