The late Apple CEO turned the product launch into an art form, and leaves a legacy for public speakers to follow.
Filler words undermine credibility and give audiences the impression the speaker hasn't prepared well. Careful rehearsal pays big dividends.
Presenting your product at this level is a completely different type of sales strategy.
Learn from the best to improve your skills and help you position yourself as an authority in the industry.
If you want to reel in your audience, slow down, keep it real and use visuals wisely.
Treat your sales presentation -- and your audience -- with the respect they deserve.
Being unfamiliar with the latest tech is exactly the first impression you don't want to make.
You're very unlikely to go blank, pass out and wet yourself on stage. Instead, focus on the good things.
While often captivating, repetitive, and a bit cheesy, there's a lot any sales professional can learn from infomercials about pitching a product.
Just as email, texting, and the cloud have changed the way teams communicate, visualization is the next wave to transform business communication.
Dress to impress the audience at your next presentation. Your grooming and sprucing up become part of the message.
Nobody wants to hear how great you are and your product is, they want to know you understand their problem and if you can help solve it.
Professionals are nervous to reveal their struggles at their place of work for fear it will open them up to judgment or criticism. But when making presentations, these types of stories can make all the difference.
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