"Speak Easier: 20 Tips, Tricks & Techniques To Become A Compelling Public Speaker" – By Michelle Villalobos

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Learn how to craft and deliver a great presentation... and get over the fear of delivering it! Presented by Michelle Villalobos, personal branding strategist & professional speaker.

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"Speak Easier: 20 Tips, Tricks & Techniques To Become A Compelling Public Speaker" – By Michelle Villalobos

  1. 20 Ways To Become A Compelling PUBLIC SPEAKER By Michelle Villalobos 1
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  3. What do you struggle with most? 3
  4. What do you struggle with most? Fear AnxietyContent Development Delivery Forgetting stuff Lack of honest feedback 4
  5. Focus on 1 or 2 main issues. Are they EMOTION-based or SKILLS-based? 5
  6. Share 6
  7. 1. Identify The Outcome You Seek 7
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  9. Coping With Anxiety & Fear 9
  10. Are you focused on a negative outcome? 10
  11. Learn The Skills & Practice Them! 11
  12. 2. Know Your Audience 12
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  14. What’s In It For Me? 14
  15. What’s their ? 15
  16. How can you help? 16
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  18. www.constantcontact.com/ index.jsp? pn=mivistaconsulting 18
  19. 3. Plan Content 19
  20. Traditional Outline 20
  21. Mindmaps allow the brain to work non- linearly, which is great for the first stages of planning 21
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  23. getting exposure for corporate brands using gifts, gimmicks, and giveaways 23
  24. choosing products designing products pricing products planning & timing the printing process things to watch out for the printing process getting exposure for corporate brands using gifts, gimmicks, and giveaways 24
  25. choosing products designing products pricing products planning & timing the printing process things to watch out for the printing process getting exposure for corporate brands using gifts, gimmicks, and giveaways internet scams shipping charges rush fees setup charges bait & switch 25
  26. Now, put it in order. 26
  27. 1.Objectives Setting (10 minutes) A.Why are you here? B.What do you hope to have by the end of the day? C.Where are you stuck? D.What have you tried? 2.Strategy (1 hour) A.Business Model B.Sales Funnel i. Chez Badeaux as an example ii. Come up with each of their sales funnels 3.Identify Profitable Target (& How To Reach Them) (30 minutes) A.Where to find them? B.Idenitfy organizations C.Where do they congregate? D.How can you get in there? E.What’s their PAIN? What can you teach them? opening with WHY is usually the best way to go - then get into WHAT, and finally HOW (but don’t give it ALL away!) ...and so on. 27
  28. 1.WHY • Position why it’s important • What do they stand to LOSE vs. what they can GAIN 2.WHAT • What you’re offering / teaching, the overview - introduce any “mental shifts” here (i.e., “you’ll have to change the way you think about talent”) • Position with respect to VALUE and OUTCOMES not process 3.HOW • Teach what you’re going to teach 4.RECAP • Highlights (VERY QUICKLY) Easy Breezy Basic Structure 28
  29. 4. Understand The Human Brain 29
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  31. Right vs. Left Brain 31
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  34. StorySelling for Financial Advisors: HowTop Producers Sell (Scott West & Mitch Anthony) “...If you focus on logic, numbers, reasons and rationale when you sell, you’re putting half your [audience’s] brain to sleep...” [the half that makes decisions] 34
  35. “Communication is the transfer of emotion.” – Seth Godin 35
  36. 5. Get into your audience’s “right brain.” 36
  37. Stories, Metaphors, Humor Analogies & Visuals 37
  38. example: “Survival Of The Fittest, blah, blah, blah, [long explanation....]” 38
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  40. Google Image Search 40
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  42. YouTube Search 42
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  45. 6. Interact 45
  46. Confucious say... “I hear, I forget. I see, I remember. I do, I understand.” 46
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  49. Interaction use popular references people connect with (Star Trek is a personal fave) 49
  50. Interview your audience 50
  51. On PowerPoint 51
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  57. 7. Delivery 57
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  61. Make Eye Contact 61
  62. Engage Your Audience 62
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  64. Passion trumps Perfection 64
  65. “Mirror Neurons” 65
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  67. Microphones are Good 67
  68. 8. Look Like A Million Bucks 3 68
  69. Your brand is most readily conveyed by what you wear (& how you wear it). Make sure it’s aligned with your brand when you are in public, especially when you’re speaking! 69
  70. By the way... that doesn’t mean BORING. In fact, having some “flair” will make you memorable AND approachable. Just make sure it’s aligned with who you are and what your target needs. 70
  71. Remember, not everyone needs to love your brand... 71
  72. Inflection 72
  73. Use Your Whole Body 73
  74. Practice Gesturing 74
  75. try: “um” “you know” “ahhh” “like” ...pausing ...rhetorical question ...dramatic pause ...drop altogether instead of: Eliminate Verbal Filler 75
  76. only just you know really in my opinion sort of kind of apparently I’m not an expert, but I may not be qualified, but but maybe I guess 76
  77. There’s an app for that! 77
  78. 7. Tricks 78
  79. Interview your audience 79
  80. 1. "Without Socrates, we wouldn't have the Socratic Method, the greatest way of teaching things known to man (apart from juggling chain saws.)" 80
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  82. Practice over the phone first 82
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  85. Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the best presenter of them all? 85
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  87. Practice. Practice. Practice. 87
  88. Exercise 88
  89. Public Speaking Intensive Saturday, February 12th, 2011 Need more? 89

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