If you present at one time or another in your
‘work from the luxury of your own home’ business,
get good at it. Know what you are doing. mlr
Make an Emotional Impact:
Use pictures, graphs, illustrations, but keep them simple. Don’t put too much on one slide.
You want them to help your audience make a decision, not give them so much information that it makes it difficult for them to make a decision.
Use facts that can be checked; be honest, transparent, and never misleading in any way.
Tell your story briefly at different points through the presentation. People want to hear a little about how you got here. It adds to the emotional impact.
These tips came from INC.com.
Additional tips are:
Be prepared. Practice, practice, practice.
Know your product or what you are talking about. Spend the time. It’ll be worth it.
Know your audience. Spend a few minutes letting them know at the beginning of your presentation that you hope to be reaching each one of them in some way.
Be yourself and be natural. Smile.
Go here for more ideas on giving and preparing presentations.
When we listen to our members, customers, team members, work mates, team mates and leaders, we learn. When we learn, we can help more. mlr
Negativity, critics, doubt and fear are all around us. Many have to deal with one or more of these things every day. Don’t give up.
Taking positive action today will help you reach your home business goals, and keep your mind focused. A good, healthy attitude improves physical health too.
Always congratulate (sincerely) others on their accomplishments and advancements, no matter how big or how small. Our team members, work mates, friends and family members will be encouraged by a word of encouragement, and it will help our own heart. mlr
My Grandson, Tyler, posted this picture on his Facebook page, Salution Records.
I just loved it, because it tells about what all of us go through when we are trying accomplish something. He said, “Whether u play for 20 people or 100k people… u still doing it! Ur still putting on!! Everybody gotta start somewhere!” Isn’t that so true? From the view point of our home businesses, what I take from this is no matter who we are talking to, a group of 10, 50, 100 or one-on-one, do your best, do what you do, be who you are. Be respectful and treat everybody with the same respect, dignity and personal interest. Everybody … no matter whether they are in the audience, or on your team, up or down (family especially – but that’s another post). Remember that everybody had to and has to start somewhere, including us, and that’s usually at the beginning – not the end. Have reasonable expectations. Do your homework. Count the cost. Find your direction. Be consistent. Don’t give up. mlr
My name is Martha. I love to network (even with family ). I enjoy sharing posts that encourage us to keep trying. It keeps it human. That is how this article applies to my mentoring business. Mainly I share information and ideas and educate about healthy lifestyles and products, but I also do the same about home business. We never know when an encouraging point will help someone, or vice versa. It’s good for making contacts too (even if it comes from family). It helps people communicate. When people communicate, they make referrals. My website is www.ProfessionalMentorsInternational.com. My phone number is 505-750-7847. My email is marthapmintl@gmail.
I attended a class recently where one of my fellow students passed out a q-tip to each of us. She said she had learned this lesson years ago in a psychology class and it applied to what we were learning that day. Of course, a few said, “Q-tip? What’s this for?” She smiled and said, “Quit taking it personally.” I keep it in my purse.
We hear it all the time. We hear it from our mentors, our leaders, our team members. I hear it and I say it. “They’re not saying no to ‘you’, they’re just saying no to the invitation right now.” Or, “Don’t worry. Next time more people will show up. Best foot forward.” I repeat all of that positive self talk constantly. Still, once in awhile, there is a nagging doubt, a feeling that they said ‘no’ because of me – something I said or something I did.
Hence, the q-tip.
When seeds of self-doubt begin to be planted, do whatever possible to stop them from taking root. When we are working hard every day; following our schedule and routine; know our product; are presenting the product or offering an invitation to look at it – and are doing these things regularly, we will hear ‘no’. We will hear objections. Remember though, to quit taking it personally and move on. Keep going. Everyone has their own ideas and opinions about products, business models and companies. If our job is to invite someone to look at ours, and we do, and they say ‘no’, move on. Quit taking it personally. If we take it personally every time, it will be hard for us to move on and keep going. I keep the q-tip in my purse.
A smile is a window that shows your heart is at home. — Unknown
Улыбка является окно, которое показывает ваше сердце дома. – Неизвестный
What is your personal signature that makes your customers, potential customers, leaders, directors, executives — whoever you are talking to — feel special?