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How to create Better speeches AND become a Better speaker

3 Audio CDs of Live Presentations from Craig Valentine

If you experienced a workshop that resulted in you giving the best speech of your life, what would that class be worth to you?

What if you took a workshop that gave you the processes to create more of those best speeches?

Guess what?
This program is not just about creating one great speech. And it’s not just about getting the formulas to create more of them. It’s also about becoming a great speaker.

Most Meat per Minute

In the 2 hours and 39 minutes on these 3 audio CDs (including 1 live keynote speech and 2 live workshops from Craig Valentine), you’ll get the most meat per minute of speaking lessons you won’t find anywhere else. Need proof? Where else will you pick up 97 ideas and tools you can use to rapidly lift all of your future speeches to top-notch levels of impact and connection?

Warning: These 97 tools come flying at you fast, but, if you’re able to grab hold of them, you’ll build yourself into the kind of speaker others sign up and line up to see.

You’ll learn about the following 97 breakthrough ideas at least:

From the Storytelling Program (1-Hour workshop)

1. Telling a story and make a point
2. Keeping your story from going “all over the place”
3. The need for a Foundational Phrase
4. The concept of “No phrase, no stage”
5. How to uncover your Foundational Phrase
6. What people really remember when you’re speaking
7. How to make your speech and stories visual
8. The 5 Cs to Storytelling
9. How and why to give correct hints when you speak
10. Understanding why the book is always better than the movie
11. The biggest key to storytelling
12. The hook to your stories and how to create it
13. What destroys most speakers’ stories, which results in losing the interest of their audiences
14. How you can remain humble in the minds of your audience members
15. The concept of “When you lift yourself up, you let your audience down”
16. How to make the speech stick
17. Why it’s so important to make someone else the Guru and how to do it
18. The one loophole that allows you to become your own Guru
19. How to get your audience to buy into your message even before you drive it home!
20. What really sells your audience members
21. Staging strategies to get your audience to see your story clearly
22. Why you should never have lunch on your uncle
23. What is at the heart of any story
24. Why you should never add humor to a speech
25. How to uncover humor in any speech without forcing it
26. Exactly where to find the humor in your speech
27. How to have Detour-free humor
28. What will keep your audience from taking your advice
29. How to craft, deliver, and sell your message
30. A delivery tool to make a deeper connection than you’ve ever felt before
31. How to speak to one but look to all
32. Why too many speakers are speaking to too many people too often
33. How to make each audience member feel like you are speaking directly to him or her
34. How to use the Hallway Test
35. The most important sales strategy of all
36. Why you should never sell a product, service, idea, or message
37. What it means to “Lead with the right and follow with the left”
38. What it means to “Put the result before the resource”
39. Specifics Stick
40. Learn what people are really buying when you sell your message
41. The 10 to 1 Rule of Thumb

From the Live Coaching Program (1 hour and 5 minutes Workshop)

42. How to create modules
43. How to put your audience members somewhere in your scenes
44. Speaking is a series of scenes
45. Why and when to move on stage (3 major reasons)
46. How speakers are like aerobics instructors
47. The real reason for using a timeline
48. The secret of visual/verbal callbacks
49. The meaning behind, “Don’t tell; ask”
50. The importance of the first 7 seconds and first 30 seconds
51. The 2 best ways to open a presentation
52. The importance of subtlety
53. How to make your facial expressions and gestures come naturally
54. Why you have to be an outstanding tease
55. How “Reactions tell the story”
56. The number one mistake storytellers make
57. The dialogue, reaction, response formula
58. The look before and after the line
59. How to go beyond citing stats and start interpreting them
60. How to use an “aside
61. The power of public declarations and how to get your audience to make them
62. How to make the Law of Consistency work for you
63. How to get your audience to take action
64. How to qualify your audience and gain permission to keep talking
65. The 2 most persuasive words in public speaking
66. The concept behind “Most people don’t want to be most people”
67. How to split up the stage for bad and good and wrong and right and past and future
68. The secret phrases for the “you-focused” approach
69. Take something from your story and put it into your audience’s life
70. How to always bring it back to your audience
71. The importance of sharing “your story”
72. How to have immediate credibility with your story
73. I-focused story and you-focused point
74. Why you should never say, “I thought to myself…”
75. How to assure you are emotionally INTO your own story
76. Best practices for watching your video recordings for improvement
77. How to rehearse for the greatest gains
78. Why you must speak your way into speaking
79. How to literally “step up to your point”
80. What it means to “Oprah your way” out into the audience
81. How to hide your techniques
82. The scan and stop method of using your eyes
83. What it means to “Hold the gaze for the entire phrase”
84. When you should not look at your audience
85. How to keep from traveling too much between your characters
86. How to use posture and positioning to differentiate which character is speaking
87. What it means to “make the audience one character”
88. Using you-focused check-ins to keep your audience engaged
89. How to be funnier
90. Why you should never force humor into your speech
91. Where to find your humor
92. The 3 things to do to close your speech with impact
93. How to use call backs to make your speech stick
94. The concept of “People want the truth wrapped up in proof”
95. What to do if you bomb on stage
96. What gets recorded gets rewarded
97. What to reach for in speaking

With this Starter Pack, you will receive 3 audio CDs that include
1. A sample keynote Speech for you to reference during the two follow-up workshops

2. A 60-minute Storytelling workshop

3. A 65-minute Coaching workshop

Craig Valentine delivered these 3 presentations to the same conference over a 3-day period in Miami, Florida.

You can get this program today for less than 1 dollar per speaking tool. Your investment is $67