Presentation Skills - Do's & Don'ts (Funny), Power Point Lessons, and Overcoming the Fear of Speaking
Presentation skills are important as a youth entrepreneur. Having the ability to speak to your customers, suppliers, vendors, community, and outreach organizations present themselves on a regular basis.
I was a member of a local Toastmasters club in my local community in Maryland, it helped me hone my speaking skills prior to retiring from the USAF. As a youth entrepreneur you must be able to communicate effectively with your target market, the people you sell your products and or services to, in addition to your suppliers and more.
Not only will you be able to sell your products and services, you can also become a speaker in your industry. In other words, if you refine your speaking skills, you will be able to be interviewed on television, radio, podcasts, and social media. As entrepreneurs that want to not only succeed but do so in a big way, you must be able to community to businesses you want to sell your products and services to.
That's not all, your business is a part of the local community and because it is, you may have to hire employees, be part of the Chamber of Commerce, speak at the local, regional, state, and national level for organizations such as schools, nonprofits, office of the governor, and members of Congress.
Through it all, you become a good speaker by virtue of practicing. What if you don't know how to practice for presentations?
Contact Paul, he's a professional speaker and he is willing to provide you with a free one-hour group coaching session to assist you through presentation skills. You can contact Paul when you're ready for the one-hour presentation session for youth entrepreneurs, email Paul [email protected]
Be mindful that Zoom, Streamyard, Restream, FB Live, Instagram, Tik Tok, and other virtual platforms provide unlimited opportunities for youth entrepreneurs to speak about their business, expertise, industry, and more.
There are several presentations in this section to assist you with the do's and don't of speaking (funny), PowerPoint insight for presenting, and overcoming the fear of speaking. You're going to enjoy these videos.