Category Archives: Virtual Presentations

3 Movie Secrets for an Engaging Virtual Presentation


Looking for the secret to an engaging virtual presentation?! The movies have mastered the art of engaging audiences on-screen from years of practice and experimentation. While your virtual presentation doesn’t have to be worthy of an Oscar’s nod, it does pay to use these movie secrets for an engaging virtual presentation that stands out from the competition. 3 movie secrets for an engaging virtual presentation Cut to the chase Filmmakers know that people have increasingly short attention spans and little patience for a lot of exposition. A blockbuster film doesn’t start with the director’s commentary – featuring a clip outlining their filmography or detailing their artistic approach to the film’s creation. So, neither should you! Cut right to the chase… When the competition for a customer’s attention is stiff, there is no room for introductory fluff (and yes, I am talking about your corporate overview!) once you dive into your presentation. Read More

Energize Your Virtual Presentation with This Proven Acting Technique


It’s time to energize your virtual presentation! When presenting on video, salespeople rarely speak with as much personality or energy as they would naturally use in their personal lives – we tend to tone things down, flatten them out, or pull them in when sitting in front of a screen. Now selling from home, it is easier than ever before to get too relaxed and comfortable on video sales call. Trust me – I know that the idea of giving a virtual presentation from the comfort of your favorite recliner is very tempting but getting too comfortable comes across as low energy and disinterest to your customers. You’ve probably heard the saying that the camera adds 10 pounds. Though it’s often forgotten what the camera can take away – energy! Without careful practice and attention, the camera can take away 10-50% of your energy. And your Lazy Boy isn’t helping. Read More

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