Do this stuff BEFORE you start your presentation – or you’re going to be left scrambling when your microphone cuts out for no reason.
Take a minute or three to read this infographic — it could make your next presentation amazing.
Get your audience focused, paying attention and contributing - become the most interesting person they've met today.
People are going to tune out of your presentation. Here’s 4 things you can do to get them listening and engaged.
Consider these...let’s call them “workarounds”... the next time you want to find a way to stand out from the crowd.
“Well, they’ve been pretty specific about what they want in the RFP…”
Just because you have to follow the rules doesn’t you...
Clients judge you on how good your proposals looks. Hire a designer and make it easy understand the sale, not just the content.
Most proposals I see are awful to look at. Bad design. Zero navigation. A focus on “tell” instead of “sell.”
Stand out by not just creating...
“What” is about telling. “Why” is about selling. Look for these differences when it comes to creating context in your proposal.
“About us.” “The strategy.” “The idea.”
Shuffle through the pages of any proposal and you’ll see...
How do you convince an audience that doesn’t know you or your idea to spend money on you and your idea?
One of the things I’m always baffled by is how people confuse the “sale” with the “product.” Too often, we go into pitches and presentations touting the...
Readers engage when they know what to expect – these are the tools to create those expectations.
Are you making the best use of your client’s time?
Your proposal (probably) isn’t. It’s (probably) jammed full of specs and stats. Be better than that. Give your audience...