The Primary Elements of Public Speaking – Passionate Power Presentations – Number 6

The primary global elements that go into a great presentation are delivery, speech structure and speech content. This article will discuss delivery, which can be further broken down into two sub-elements:

1) organic connection with and expression of your inner voice and passion and 2) technical delivery, or mastery over your physical communication tools of voice and body.

Organic Connection with Your Voice
I speak about your inner voice here, not your vocal/speaking voice. To achieve moving power and persuasion as a speaker or presenter, you must access, inhabit and effect dynamic expression of your unique vision and voice. Your perspectives, experiences and beliefs.


Technique can best be described as the speaker’s mastery over their oral and physical presentation skills. For example, someone with great oral technique can, with a slight variation in their vocal inflection or a well-timed pause, dramatically impact or add meaning to a phrase.

Technique is important and adds power and life to presentations. But all the technique in the world fails if issued from a person who lacks inspiration or is unable to connect with their voice.

Similarly, a person in optimal state with empowering perceptions that has no technique, rambles on or can’t put a coherent argument together will lose their audience.

Technique is something that can’t be taught in an article. It would be a waste of time to pen hypothetical situations and instruct another person where and how they might effectively inflect a word, pause or how and when they might move on stage to add power to an imagined speech. Technique requires real-life practice and in-person coaching with a specific speech that has relevance and meaning to you. Nevertheless, I will provide technique devices in later articles, such as ways to open and close strong, but you can hone your vocal and physical technique only through practice and coaching.

What Your Communication Must Accomplish

You must motivate the audience to action. To accomplish this, you must appeal to their logic and emotions, primarily to their emotions. There must be a call to action. The action you desire may simply be to get your audience to hear and assimilate the information for later use. Even if your objective seems this mundane, don’t underestimate your responsibility to be interesting and inspirational.

Your audience is much more likely to absorb and retain your message if you engage their imaginations, physiology and their self-interest. This is best accomplished through well-told stories, questions and exercises that actively challenge their minds and engage their bodies.

Secrets Of MLM Success- How To Give A Powerful One-On-One Presentation That Really Gets Results!

When you first sit down with your prospects remember this:

“It’s not about you, it’s all about them.”

So give them just the bare minimum introduction about yourself and why you’re there.

Something like:

“Hey, thanks for fitting me into your schedule. I know you’re busy. I’m really excited about what I’m going to show you tonight/today. It’s totally changing my financial future.”

You then ask them some questions about who they are; what they do; what challenges life may be throwing up for them etc.

I’ve written another article that covers these questions in depth: “Secrets Of MLM Success: Seven Powerful Questions That Will Explode Your Enrollments!” You can Google it if you want more information on what to ask.

Only after you feel you know why they are looking at your business do you get to show them your presentation.

Here are some hints:

* Don’t make it too long.

* Don’t get into too much detail.

* Don’t get hung up on the compensation plan (unless you’ve got an information hound).

* Just briefly show them retail profits, recruitment, commissions on downline sales and realistically how much they can expect to make in six months, a year etc. if they put in the time and effort.

* Show them the big picture too but don’t frighten them off with numbers they don’t yet believe they can achieve.

As you go along make sure to draw them in with questions:

“Do you see how that works?”

“Do you see how this could help you solve … (recap one of their needs here)?”

Then you Wrap Up:

“So that’s how it works… what benefits do you see here for yourself?”

Here’s where you ask for Questions:

“Do you have any questions?”

Answer the question and then say:

“OK! And other than that is there anything else you’d like to know?”

Answer all of their questions and then ask the enrollment question:

Enrollment: This is really simple… you just flow into it.

“Great, if you don’t have any more question then let’s get you started.”

Pull out your enrollment form, pick up your pen and ask:

“OK, let’s start at the top. What’s the correct spelling of your first name?”

If it hasn’t come up before, you can just about bet the question of “How much will it cost?” is going to come up here.

Answer the question, explain the options and ask: “Which one of those options seems most appropriate for you?”

You just keep looping back here; as the last minute questions come up, you answer them and go right back to the paper work.

Do it this way and you’ll sign up a lot of people!

One on one presentations are very powerful but we want to incorporate all the tools we possibly can to achieve big success in our MLM business. Often people who work in the warm market neglect to harness the power of the internet. Using the internet to generate leads can really up your game.

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Visualisers for Schools For a More Clear and Perfect Presentation

The human mind has always been craving for advancements especially in the ICT industry. This created a great demand of various A/V solutions that have been of great help to the corporate as well as the education sector. Visualisers are one of the examples of such devices. These devices are demanded in the educational sector for providing high-end education experience to the learners and students with utmost perfection.

Visualisersare devices that display objects, documents, books, photos and allied items to a large number of people or audience simultaneously. To facilitate the same, these visual presenters magnify and project the image or data. Also known as document camera, these are made employing latest technology & advanced components and are hence highly effective ICT solutions. Apart from being a perfect option for high resolution output signals, these devices can be easily paired with various equipments for the desired presentation and demonstration. Visualisers cater to the various needs in the educational sector and thus ease the work of the teachers. These products are highly acclaimed in the market for their below listed attributes:

  • Clear picture quality
  • Lightweight
  • High resolution
  • User-friendly
  • Easy operation
  • Tough design

There are different models of Visualisers available in the market with much invention still carried on by different companies to add on more advanced versions. The most commonly available three models are:

  • Portable: Suitable for multiple locations, these models do not require pre- installation. Apart from this, these are smaller in size and lightweight thereby can be carried to places easily.

  • Desktop: These are larger in size from the portable ones and more stable. Further, their perfect design and easy operation makes these highly demanded in the market.

  • Ceiling: Large objects can be displayed using ceiling visualisers. These models are often used to support videoconferencing or telepresence systems thereby enhance the experience for participants. These can be easily ceiling mounted above a podium or tabletop.

Visualisers are made integrating various primary components. The quality of the image captured and its output depends on these components. The components are as follows:

  • Optics
  • Camera
  • Lighting system
  • Motherboard (with appropriate software)

Suitable for various presentations, Visualisers are demanded for various applications in the market. Some of them are listed below:

  • Lecture hall or classroom
  • Presentation of evidence in courtrooms
  • Medical applications (telemedicine, telepathology, display of x-rays)
  • Conferences
  • Meetings
  • Education & training
  • Video-conferencing

Technical specifications:

  • Camera rotation
  • Negative/positive conversion
  • Black/white & color selection
  • Image freeze, split & title
  • SD Slot & built-in memory
  • Save & recall image