It’s about doing the work.
A simple and clear message Steven Pressfield shares in
Jackson Browne’s piano coming through the floor.
Do you get it?
The same goes for delivering a presentation.
You don’t become a pro by doing it once.
You don’t become a pro overnight.
You practice, day after day, presentation after presentation.
You do it when you suck.
You do it when you are scared.
You do it when you don’t know your ‘why.’
The more you do it, the more you learn and develop.
The more you do it, the more you overcome your resistance.
The more you do it, the better you get at delivering your message without fear.
And then, your message is heard.
You get better at what you practice.
So if you are practicing the wrong way – you’ll get worse!
That’s why getting feedback is key.
And having someone with your best interests in mind give you feedback is key.
Having a coach will help you practice the right thing.
Ready to break the habit of the same old presentation?
I’d love to work with you to bring out your savvy presenter.