"After this book, every lecture or presentation you prepare will look completely different", Daniel Fink, author of the bestseller "Motivation"
to speak in front of an audience - for many it is a nightmare, an irrational fear that is difficult to overcome. We fear getting confused or confused , and lose confidence in our presentation and its ability to achieve its purpose.
But there are people who seem to be simply born to speak in front of an audience. What is the secret of their magic? How do they manage to attract people to them? And more importantly - can we learn from them?
The answer: absolutely yes. Trevor Carey, an expert in public speaking, examined the hundred most viewed and most successful lectures on the TED website, and found in them the answers that will help anyone build an immersive presentation: •
How to refine important messages?
• How to use presentations (but not too much)
• What do you do to overcome the fear?
• And perhaps most importantly: what is the most successful way to tell a story that every person can relate to?
How to speak in front of an audience is a practical book that presents the big secrets of the best lecturers, as well as the little tricks that will turn your lecture or presentation into a success story.