"You learn more quickly under the guidance of experienced teachers. You waste a lot of time going down blind alleys if you have no one to lead you."
W. Somerset Maugham
You have been asked to make a presentation on a given subject? What do you do? Panic – run away as fast as you can! This may be your first reaction; if so you are completely normal. So what should you do to get started?
Making a good speech is akin to telling a good joke: get their attention, create a need to hear the rest and deliver the punch line at the end.
Aïda Andersen can help you prepare a good speech, teach you how to overcome your fear, and show you how to turn your presentation skills into a new source of income. I believe the best results of learning occur when you practice what you learn. I therefore, encourage you to use real life presentation topics as examples of the learning process.
Courses and workshops available as well as individual 1:1 caching
So here is the most important advice anyone will give you about presentations:
- Know your stuff
- Know whom you are stuffing and
- Know when they are stuffed