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Presenting to Win

The Art of Telling Your Story

by Jerry Weissman

  • 143 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Prentice Hall .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business communication & presentation,
  • Research & development management,
  • Sales & marketing,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business Communication - General,
  • Development - Business Development,
  • Skills,
  • Business & Economics / Skills,
  • Business presentations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9293000M
    ISBN 100131875108
    ISBN 109780131875104

      If your pitch doesn’t get a whole lot better after reading this book, something is wrong with you.” Guy Kawasaki, Managing Director and Chairman, Garage Technology Ventures, and bestselling author of The Art of the Start “Presenting to Win is the shortest path to applause for any presenter. It will be your bible for the PowerPoint : Pearson FT Press. It uses basic words (graphics, verbal) in ways I found confusing. It has errors in grammar and punctuation, as well as inconsistent ways of presenting material. The book includes an unnecessary color insert. The end of the book received much less editorial attention than did the beginning of the book/5(41).

    Book Description. In Presenting to Win: Persuading Your Audience Every Time, the world's #1 presentation consultant shows how to connect with even the toughest, most high-level audiences--and move them to Weissman shows presenters of all kinds how to dump those PowerPoint templates once and for all--and learn to tell compelling stories that focus on what's in it for their listeners.   Presenting to Win has been my go to book for designing effective presentations that are concise, powerful and well-received. If you are in the a field that requires presentations this book should be the foundation for your approach and presentation/5(30).

      This is a quick presentation on 3 of the most important aspects of Jerry Weissman's book "Presenting to Win: The Art of Telling Your Story.". If your pitch doesn’t get a whole lot better after reading this book, something is wrong with you.” Guy Kawasaki, Managing Director and Chairman, Garage Technology Ventures, and bestselling author of The Art of the Start “Presenting to Win is the shortest path to applause for any presenter. It will be your bible for the PowerPoint Age/5(75).


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Plenty of case studies, practical tips, guidelines and a. If your pitch doesn't get a whole lot better after reading this book, something is wrong with you." Guy Kawasaki, Managing Director and Chairman, Garage Technology Ventures, and bestselling author of The Art of the Start "Presenting to Win is the shortest path to applause for any presenter.

It will be your bible for the PowerPoint Age/5(75). If your pitch doesn’t get a whole lot better after reading this book, something is wrong with you.” Guy Kawasaki, Managing Director and Chairman, Garage Technology Ventures, and bestselling author of The Art of the Start “Presenting to Win is the shortest path to applause for any presenter.

It will be your bible for the PowerPoint Age.Company Examples. Brooktree; Netflix; Luminous Networks; What's In It For You?. The key building block for Audience Advocacy, and a way to focus on benefits rather than features, is to constantly ask the key question: What's in it for you?It's based on the more common axiom "What's in it for me?," but we've shifted the ultimate word to "you" deliberately, to shift the focus from you to your."Jerry is The Man when it comes to making great pitches.

If your pitch doesn't get a whole lot better after reading this book, something is wrong with you." Guy Kawasaki, Managing Director and Chairman, Garage Technology Ventures, and bestselling author of The Art of the Start "Presenting to Win is the shortest path to applause for any : Pearson FT Press.