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This ebook offers a summary of "The Presntation Secrets of Steve Jobs" written by Carmine Gallo. Carmine Gallo is a communication skills coach who works with CEOs and executives at leading companies and is an accomplished keynote speaker and seminar leader who speaks in the United States and in many other parts of the world.

The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs shows at which point Apple chief executive is the definitive gold standard when it comes to giving business presentations. Jobs is a magnetic pitchman who sells his ideas with flair and charisma. But behind the scenes, he works hard at methodically improving his presentations. This is significant because it means anyone can learn to present like Steve Jobs. All you need to do is to take the presentation template Steve Jobs uses and then add your own planning and practice efforts. Charisma is not a prerequisite, but hard work and systematic preparation most certainly are.

According to Gallo, "a Steve Jobs presentation is very much like a dramatic play – a finely crafted and wellrehearsed performance that informs, entertains, and inspires." The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs provides you with techniques that will help you convince your audience and make the most of your presentations.

Topics: Communication, Leadership, Professional Development, Reader Guide, Success, Design, and Tips & Tricks

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ISBN: 9782806235473
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