George Bernard Shaw said, “The greatest illusion about communication is that it has been accomplished.”
Enjoy these brief excerpts from presentations to different business groups that focus on ensuring successful communication:
Listen to these podcasts and let Anne help you creatively enhance your sales using techniques, strategies and metaphors.
Todd Schnick and Todd Youngblood creators of SalesThinkerRadio had a lively interview with Anne on her latest book, “The Tall Lady With the Iceberg,” which is the updated version of her earlier book , the popular “Metaphorically Selling.” Hear them discuss metaphors and their power to cut through today’s information overloaded world to really make points resonate with listeners. They realized that metaphors and analogies are a natural part of their daily conversation and that, with a little forethought, using metaphors strategically can have huge pay-offs in business as well. Also availble on iTunes.
Anne Miller shares some very practical advice on how to make engaging presentations. Using Barack Obama and Steve Jobs as examples, she explains how you can improve your presentations skills. Anne uses a model she calls your Presentation Engagement Power (PEP) score. It measures four elements critical to effective presentations: Relevance, Visual Impact, Involvement, and Flow. Listen and analyze your presentation to determine how effective your presentations are and where you need to tweak them. Try this exercise and see how you stack up.
Make What You Say Pay
Anne Miller is a metaphor evangelist. When her book Make What You Say Pay! was released, Anne shared a number of stories from people who had successfully. In this podcast Anne explains how metaphors can help get you noticed in this ever increasingly complex and cluttered business environment. Not only will metaphors help you in one-on-one conversations they can help you in your online marketing as well. Learn how to become metaphorian!
Mitch Jackson from Spreecast Interviews Anne:
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