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  1. Cyprian Henry profile image75
    Cyprian Henryposted 6 years ago

    Hello, my name is Cyprian. I am a marketer and a salesperson.I sell and market motivational books. I have difficulties in closing sales.So I came up with an idea to start going to Gatherings, schools and churches to make presentations. Please I need your help pertaining to making an effective presentation
    Thanks and God bless.

    1. GmaGoldie profile image86
      GmaGoldieposted 6 years ago in reply to this

      Chamber of Commerce, libraries love presentations - if useful - motivational and inspirational is always wanted.

      Check with your local paper - see if you can write on their blog.  They pay is basically nothing and it is time consuming but the access to thousands is more efficient.

      Do a combination of writing and presentations and you will be dynamite!

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      Panicposted 6 years ago in reply to this

      Prepare the information: What needs to be said? Determine the three or four main talking points that need to be covered. Then write a script to see how the ideas will flow together. The script isn't intended to be read word for word. Think of it as a trial run through what you want to see. Don't be afraid to deviate a little from the script during the presentation if it makes the speech flow a little better or seem more conversational.

  2. LeanMan profile image81
    LeanManposted 6 years ago

    You are on hubpages, a site on which thousands of writers share their experience and expertise.... how about typing "effective presentations" or "presentation skills" or some other combination in the search box - top right of the page... you may find exactly what you want........

  3. Tusitala Tom profile image89
    Tusitala Tomposted 6 years ago

    There are many ways to get the actual training and practice you require:  Toastmasters International is probably the best, if you can find yourself a club.  I've been a member for most of my adult life and frequently address groups, for example 664 presentations and over 36,000 people in the past fifteen years.

    Toastmastes have clubs world wide.  They're in most countries today and have a world-wide membership of at least 200,000 people.   Check 'em out on Google.