Terry Brock, based in Orlando, Florida is among the most persuasive speakers I have ever heard. Among his skills:
–Establishes rapport instantly
–Ignites audiences through total commitment to his topic and through energetic delivery
–Entertains with tasteful (and often spontaneous) humor
–Directs meaningful interaction
–Teaches without condescending
–Explains clearly the details of succesfully marketing your product and service
–Demonstrates the latest technology he has tested personally
Terry’s persuasive speaking skills have taken him to many countries outside his native America, and brought him the highest awards from the National Speakers Association. For more information about this dynamic presenter, visit his Web site:
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YOU TOO CAN LEARN HOW TO SPEAK WITH PERSUASIVE POWER
Persuasive speaking skills are not reserved only for top professional speakers like Terry Brock. You can learn to speak more persuasively, too–and that’s why I recommend these 10 resources for you.
–ONE: BOOK, Innovative Presentations for Dummies.
This link to Amazon’s page gives you my video/text review, reviews by others, and ordering instructions.
–TWO: BILL LAMPTON’S AUDIO CD, “Speaking with Poise, Power, and Persuasion,” available from his Web site’s shopping cart:
–THREE: BILL LAMPTON’S CUSTOMIZED SPEECH COACHING FOR YOU
–FIVE: VIDEO “3 MORE WAYS TO CONTROL YOUR STAGE FRIGHT”
–SIX: VIDEO “AUDIENCES WANT TO HEAR YOUR AUTHENTIC VOICE”
–SEVEN: CHUCK SWINDOLL’S CLASSIC STATEMENT ABOUT ATTITUDE
–EIGHT: MONTHLY ONLINE NEWSLETTER, “WINNING WORDS AND WAYS”
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–NINE: ARTICLE “LIGHTEN UP WHEN YOU SPEAK”
–TEN: VIDEO “GREAT SPEAKERS PAINT WORD PICTURES”
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