Speeches that motivate, inspire, and sell ideas

Speeches that motivate, inspire, and sell ideas

The training is conducted based on proprietary teaching methods and participant projects. The training consists of 20% theory and 80% practice.

YOU CAN PRESENT in the model: why, how, what, what if?

This model helps organize thoughts and information logically and understandably for the audience. By appropriately explaining why a particular topic is important, presenting ways to
implement it, and considering possible alternatives or consequences, you effectively convey your knowledge and beliefs to the listeners.

You eliminate stage fright associated with public speaking.

After the training, you stop competing, observing, and comparing yourself to others. You can shift your focus to building your good life. You develop a more assertive attitude and refine your
knowledge about what determines success, with external circumstances no longer governing your life and success.

You learn 4 communication strategies.

These strategies can be used in various contexts, such as professional, social, or personal life, to achieve specific communication goals and influence how the message is perceived by others.
During the workshops, you learn and develop your communication skills.

You gain new presentation tools.

You can effectively use basic communication tools to increase influence on others and build good
relationships in both personal and professional life. You skillfully provide feedback and refine presentations to reach every audience.


Completed training



20 Years

Of experience


Module 1: Presentation in the model: why, how, what, what if?
• Presentation starting with “Why?”
• Constructing and conveying assumptions in communication. What is communication and
what does the message contain?
• The role of the “meta-schema” in public speaking, communication to clients, and

Module 2: Four communication strategies
• Focus on one factor in the message.
• Dichotomization.
• Demonstration.
• Modalities of communication.

Module 3: Thesis, argumentation, and a goal that eliminates stage fright
• Precise formulation of the thesis in the presentation and its argumentation.
• The role of the main message that captures the audience’s attention, eliminates resistance,
and connects the audience with the presented idea.
• Communication direction, or how stage fright is eliminated when the presenter changes the

Module 4: Workshop summary
• Presentations, feedback, and improvement of presentations.

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About the Training

Most people with experience in public speaking remember the paralyzing fear associated with it.
Consequently, there are few individuals who genuinely enjoy speaking in public and do not
experience a sense of insecurity or resistance to doing so. How can one gain control over the
internal interplay of emotions, thoughts, and beliefs so that they cease to limit us and instead
support us in public speaking? How to overcome shame and, moreover, how to create effective
presentations in the process?
This challenge requires solutions, communication skills, and knowledge of how to convey
information to be understood and inspire, ensuring the presentation’s goal is achieved. Since how
we receive information, how we learn, and how we motivate ourselves for long-term actions are
researched processes—psychological processes—it is crucial to understand how our minds
A well-constructed and presented presentation bypasses the audience’s resistance, connects
them with the discussed idea, opens possibilities for presentation recipients, and strongly inspires
while demonstrating beneficial and necessary solutions. This way, my clients willingly take
advantage of my product or service or implement the presented solution.
An effective presentation consists of a properly built structure tailored to the mind’s functioning,
focus on one factor, the establishment of an appropriate thesis, and, not least, the language of
persuasion through which we reach the audience, shaping their attitude toward the presented
solutions. This training is for individuals who:
• Face significant stress and stage fright before presentations.
• Often present but are dissatisfied with the results of these presentations.
• Need to learn how to better communicate their products and services and increase their
• Need the skill to communicate the “Purpose of positive influence” of their company in a way
that inspires and resonates with internal and external clients.
• Want to learn how to lead people, build trust in themselves, and create good relationships.
• Need to create presentations at the highest level, inspire their audience, and convey
complex knowledge in a simple way.
• Want to handle even the most skeptical audience exceptionally well.

Business training is individual, contact us and ask for a quote.

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