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Although the business world is still largely digital, soon enough you'll be back in front of real groups presenting your business ideas, making sales pitches, or looking for investment for your business. Whether you're making presentations online or in-person, the way you prepare is important. And, if you're one of the 80 percent of entrepreneurs who funds their business out of pocket, you'll want to prepare everything at an affordable rate.

If you want to turn your presentations into actionable, inspiring events, you need to learn how to be a better presenter. The Better Business Presenter Bundle will set you off on the first step. Listed at $1,393, you can find it on sale here for just $19.99.

This seven-course bundle can help you become a better presenter both online and in-person, providing you nearly 15 hours of training on public speaking, assertiveness, positivity, and more. No matter what the aim of your presentations, you'll be prepared to get what you want from your presentations. You'll learn how to speak more confidently, use directionals to establish leadership, show confidence with your body language, and more. Additionally, you'll learn the basics of PowerPoint design for public speaking and presentations, allowing you to make more compelling presentations that will amplify your message and help you accomplish more in business.

These courses are lead by SkillSuccess — as featured on CNN, Entrepreneur, Mashable, CNET, TechRadar, and more — for their thousands of effective online video courses.

In addition to the basics, you'll also get a couple of courses designed for specific purposes. In one course, you'll learn how to better your chances of winning over venture capitalists, understanding the basics of pitching as well as common mistakes to avoid. Plus, you'll learn an eight-step process for creating a pitch and attracting more customers to your brand. It's a comprehensive education that will help you gain customers, earn investment, lead new projects, and much more whether you're doing so at home or in person.

Take the next step to being a better presenter. Right now, you can get The Better Business Presenter Bundle on sale for just $19.99 for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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