I don’t know what could possibly be worse than when your audience stops listening to you in the middle of a presentation!
The #1 question Jason gets asked is: What to do when the audience stops listening?
When they don’t participate?
When they doze off?
Question: What do YOU usually do about it?
If so, you should know:
There’s a reason they act this way…
Like they could care less about what you have to say…
And it usually has something to do with how their brain is stimulated.
We call this SYNTHESIS and most presenters don’t REALLY know how to get it from their audience.
This is why I want you to know RIGHT NOW that there are things you can do –IMMEDIATELY—to START ENGAGING your audience even in longer presentations.
One of those things is a LEADING QUESTION, and rather than tell you about it, I thought I would actually SHOW YOU….
Take a look at this powerful VIDEO TIP from our Signature Presentation Bootcamp Workshop and make the days that your audience stops listening a thing of the past:
We recently released Signature for public speakers and presenters with very busy lives who wanted to know the QUICKEST WAY POSSIBLE to learn how to present anything to anyone.
Most presenters with little time think that there is nothing they can do to get there…
That it would just take too much time and energy to learn the things that experienced presenters can do, let alone implement them.
Issues like capturing the audiences’ attention, getting them to trust you and and believe you…
When we recorded Signature, it was an AMAZING three days with earth-shattering techniques at every pass, and I couldn’t be more excited.
Here’s something else I want to share with you. ..
Jason and I spent some time interviewing some very SPECIAL GUESTS after the program that talk about exactly what it did for them for their presentations.
These are presenters that range from highly experienced to brand new, sharing the tips and tricks they learned and about how it helped them reach more of their audiences and have more fun doing it.
Check out what they had to say here: