Using simplicity in sales presentations is an effective way to engage your audience, clearly communicate your message, and increase your chances of closing a deal.

When delivering a sales presentation, it’s generally advisable to avoid using idioms. Idioms are expressions or phrases that have a figurative meaning different from their literal interpretation.

Dynamic listening skills are crucial in sales presentations as they allow you to actively engage with your audience.

Rehearsing for a business presentation is crucial for delivering a polished and confident performance.

Podcast – Presentation Power & Impact Heads up Sales & Business Presenters. Join me on Ian Selbie’s latest podcast, Confessions of a Sales Pro”.“The Power…more

  Answering questions clearly and succinctly in a presentation is just that – not the time to deliver a speech or introduce new information. Some…more

Connecting to your audience in business presentations? – You are a person first, a presenter second – quite simple. Housekeeping announcements part of your presentation? …more

Gettysburg address was 272 words; a tweet is 140 characters, a text is often just a phrase – do we still need long painful presentations…more

Business audiences often aren’t sure if they have permission to ask a question or comment during your presentation – How did you let that happen?…more

Wanted to mention something in your presentation and forgot? –  only you know what you missed. Keep moving. Major presentation coming up – reviewed my…more


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