Celebrating your success!

Well today is Ground Hogs day and supposedly it has been determined that we will not be having a longer winter. Really doesn’t matter since we have already had our fair share of winter already here on the Jersey Shore.
Personally I am celebrating this day since it is my son’s 23rd birthday. And it will be great!
But I want you to celebrate every time you present to an audience. Whether it is a nationally “recognized” day…such as that infamous groundhog….or it is a day that you
made a great and confident presentation.
Celebrate that event!
Celebrate your renewed confidence.
Celebrate that your message was received….enthusiastically and memorably.
AND it will be since you opened with a powerful memorable sentence….one that “grabbed them” with impact. (You did not open up with “It’s good to speak to you today”…..because that is boring and normal.)
Your opening line had power that related to your message and your closing line was as equally memorable.
This you have to practice at.
Think about your message.
Think about your audience.
Think about what you want the audience to “walk away with”….as they leave, but comment later by email, personal phone call or even a handshake!
Because you came up with a story that carried a message. Because you practiced your presentation. Because you had a powerful opening and closing line.
Because your middle portion of your presentation involved a story that was relevant and even somewhat personal…you bonded with your audience. And that is what counts.
You can do this! Leave behind the fear, and embrace the confidence. The choice is yours…every time. As a professional presentations skills coach, my objective is for you to discover how credible and compelling you can be every time you speak.
Strong Incentives…helps you deliver powerful results every time!
Thus allowing you to CELEBRATE your day…as if it was “holiday”, and birthday…or a day that allowed you to present with credibility!

Strong Incentives delivers powerful results!

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