What qualifies me to coach you?
I have a proven track record of getting results for my clients.
After 20 years working as a technology evangelist, presenting ideas and innovative products at conferences, trade shows, and in customer meetings, I began teaching others how to become more confident and more effective communicators in 2008. Since then, I have coached hundreds of presenters to reach deep into the hearts of any audience.
My coaching clients include entrepreneurs, executives, marketing and sales professionals. Corporate clients include Ricoh, Sony, IBM, and Microsoft. I’m also frequently working with conference organizers and startup accelerators — and recently helped the founders of RomperJack prepare for Shark Tank.
In our coaching sessions, we will work on every aspect of your presentation: structure, content, and how to deliver your message with authenticity and enthusiasm. We will find the right stories and anecdotes to create a narrative that will have an emotional impact and persuade your audience to take action.
Creating an investor pitch can be quite a challenge. You have all that information in your head that you need to summarize and structure in a way that gets investors excited about the opportunity you present. So where do you…
What does it take to prepare for Shark Tank? Find out in this interview with the remarkable founders of RomperJack.
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While the delivery format of Apple Events has changed, Apple presenters still use the same proven principles to keep the audience engaged.
You don’t have to be a graphic designer to create attractive slides. Consider these tips to make visuals that awe your audience.
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For almost two years, I was the host of Pitch in the Zone, a weekly gathering of coaches who helped one presenter practice and refine a 3-minute pitch.
This program has been discontinued, but you can still watch the 82 episodes on YouTube.