Improve Your Presentation Skills
Speech is power: speech is to persuade, to convert, to compel.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
A Common Fear
Fear of public speaking is the most common of all phobias. For many, it is even worse than the fear of death. And this phobia can extend not only to a large public presentation but to a small office meeting where a presentation is required.
Learn from a Global Presenter
Marc was formally a successful trial and appellate lawyer. In addition, he has delivered dozens of public presentations in North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia to audiences ranging from a handful of people to several thousand.
The Seven Steps to Success
Marc also is a presentation coach, and he has developed a program called “Seven Steps to a Successful and Spellbinding Speech” that helps presenters to be the best speakers they can be.
Marc coaches speakers by first explaining the Seven Steps and illustrating how the Seven Steps work. He then video records the coachee giving a 10-minute presentation that he and the client will study in detail, almost frame-by-frame, to identify areas that need improvement. Then there will be a second video-recorded presentation which Marc and the coachee will analyze together to assess the progress. In every case, Marc and the coachee saw significant improvement from the first presentation to the next one as the speaker's presentation skills rapidly improved.