Looking to deliver powerful presentations and empower your audience without the fear of perfection holding you back?
Join us as we welcome leading expert in the art of presenting, and the author of the forthcoming book Business Presentation Revolution Phil Waknell and head of Ideas on Stage USA, and founder of the Path & Purpose Podcast Rose Bloomfield to the show!
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5:05 How do you know you have a broken presentation?
9:13 How to overcome being too polished
12:11 Tips for presenting
15:07 What gives us the courage to show up on stage?
32:44 Be yourself
Hi from the Cayman Islands
Ed Troxell – Hi
Trying to be perfect is a no-win situation
Aiming for personal!
The fear in our minds…
The pearl story…
We all get nervous
Taming the amygdala
Preparing is indeed a good strategy
Prepare. Prepare. Prepare!
Ian Lavine so true!
Let the information flow!
Know your information, and let it flow.
Practice. Practice. Practice
What gives us the courage to show up on stage?
Ed Troxell – Purpose and Passion!
Ian Lavine Love it!
“Turn the lights on in my audience’s eyes.”
How many of us really feel that story right there!
The pausing keeps us calm
Helps us to refocus
Ian Lavine right?
Sorry coffee drinker
How many of you are coffee drinkers?
Ed Troxell – Water drinker I am.
Ian Lavine I’m a water guy for sure!
Ed Troxell – Thanks, Ed.
Ian Lavine you bet! Thank you for being here!
I love how all 3 of us had water lol
self-care for everyone…sleep!
Ed Troxell – Self-Care / Sleep is Important
The wrap up….
And that is why live streaming is so popular – it allows you to be you!
Be only me!
Very valuable information
Ian Lavine thank you!
Me first. You after