Category Archives for "Speaking"

The Big Promise: How To Get Your Prospects Interested Fast

by Craig Valentine and Mitch Meyerson, Founders of the World Class Speaking Certification Program   The Big Promise Is The Most Important Sentence Of Your Entire Presentation. Read that last sentence again. It’s most important because it sets up the reason your audience members should listen to the rest of your speech. It usually comes after […]

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The Most Important Word in Speaking Is…

YOU! The word YOU is the most important word in speaking but it is not used enough. One great place to use it is at the beginning of your speech when you set up the structure. Most speakers say, “I would like to share with you 3 strategies to help you do this or that.” However, here’s a […]

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6 Ways to Communicate with Impact using Social Media

Craig Valentine, co-presenter of the World Class Speaking Coach Certification Program

The following excerpt by Craig Valentine is from Success Secrets of The Social Media Marketing Superstars. Craig Valentine, 1999 World Champion of Public Speaking, has traveled the world and trained thousands of presenters on developing world class speaking skills. He continues to help entrepreneurs develop powerful presentations that quickly generate leads, customers and vast profits. […]

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25 Phrases to Guide You to Greatness in Speaking

  Every now and then it is important to remind ourselves of some of the principles that can lift us to great heights in speaking. World Champion speaker Craig Valentine compiled 25 keys to becoming a much better public speaker. I think you will find them very useful. Craig and I are starting our next […]

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4 Keys To Becoming A World Class Presenter

Here is an excellent audio presented by 1999 World Champion speaker, Craig Valentine.  I think you will find it entertaining and very valuable.  It contains live examples and how-to steps you can use right away.  Get ready to learn 4 tools that will keep your audience engaged and interested in your message. This is part […]

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