That's it, folks. That's really all you need to know to be not just a competent or beginner, but a great public speaker, a great presenter. It doesn't take years and years and years. You don't have to watch my 30 hour courses, although I'm happy if you do. But please don't write in the reviews will there should be more length or it's short. I know it's short, it's in the title.
It's a one hour course. But this course is what you make of it. If you just sit back and watch you probably didn't get much out of it. If you actually practiced on video. I'm convinced it will dramatically improve your speaking skills, your presenting skills for life. Speaking is funny if you just do a few things, well, narrow your messages down, have interesting stories.
You're going to be a standout. You're gonna be so much better than other people. If you have the occasional arm make a mistake. People are not going to care. They're not going to remember. I've made at least this many half a dozen mistakes stumbles in this course so far.
And yet I'm doubting it bothered you too much. Part of it is I wanted to prove to you, it's not about being perfect. It's not about having an absence of stumbles or never saying are, but I made this whole course for you in just a little more than an hour. How did I do that? Well, I did everything in one take. Because that's all you get when you're speaking in front of people.
There's just one take. And it's not hard, especially if you practice in advance. This is easy for me to do because I've made 10,000 other training videos for you. As you improve your speaking skills, your presenting skills, it just gets easier and easier. The more you practice on video, and the more times you speak If you follow the basic principles we talked about in this course, I'm convinced every time you speak, you're going to come across comfortable, confident, relaxed, because you're going to have watched yourself and you're going to notice if you seem super scared, you don't like it, you will have fixed it. By watching yourself and making small changes, you're going to be understood by your audience because you'll have tested it on audiences in advance.
Your audiences will remember your ideas because you'll have tested it and you'll know and because of all those things, so much greater likelihood your audience will take the actions you want, they will buy from you hire you, vote for you. Do that do that consistently. And you will be a great speaker and a fantastic presenter for the rest of your life. Good luck.