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Patricia Fripp - Good to Great: Little-Known Techniques to Transform Your Speech

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It is no secret corporate travel budgets are down, associations are predicting less attendees, and convention committees are asking speakers to cut their fees. What can an ambitious speakerpreneur do? They UP their value in a DOWN economy!


As Marquesa's guest Patricia Fripp says, "We need to increase the quality and impact of our presentations." You may have great ideas and content, however being perceived as a dynamic, inspiring, and persuasive presenter is no longer a nice skill to have; it is a matter of business life and death! If you are interested in improving your presentation skills and knowledge tune in to this show. If you are a novice, intermediate, or even advanced business or professional presenter, you will benefit from this value packed SpeakerTalk Radio show. Patricia has a unique ability to demystify the process of what it takes to transform a good presentation to GREAT!

You'll learn how to:
*Structure your presentation well *Identify do's and don'ts that ensure a successful presentation *Adapt two comedy techniques that add retention *Open and close with more impact *Avoid the unconscious goof that will hurt your credibility *Improve listener buy-in for your point of view *Be remembered and repeated

Patricia Fripp is a National Speakers Association Past President. She is an author, Hall of Fame speaker, in-demand executive speech coach, and sales presentation skills trainer. Meetings and Conventions magazine says, "Fripp is one of America's 10 most electrifying speakers." Fripp is a partner with Alan Weiss in The Odd CoupleR Marketing & Strategy Seminar and on the faculty of World Champions Edge.

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