Igor Ledochowski - How To Be Hypnotic Speaker & Presenter Seminar
How To Be More Relaxed Speaking In Front Of A Group Of People Than You Are At Speaking Privately On The Telephone With A Good Friend.
You don’t have to learn any complicated performance skills, either.
You don’t need to be super-confident.
And you don’t need a “radio voice.”
Far from it.
In fact, with my hypnotic speaker & presenter secrets you just have to RELAX into your “best self”.
.and because my speaker & presenter secrets allow you to deliver your message in an engaging, memorable, and yes, a hypnotic way. you will see amazing and encouraging responses from every talk or presentation you deliver.
By continuing on – here’s what you will have to look forward to.
You’ll see your ideas get more readily accepted and acted upon by those in your care, counsel or company.
You’ll be expressing yourself in a way that leads to beneficial results for you and those around you.
And, finally, you’ll start receiving the recognition, respect, admiration, praise, promotions and pay rises your knowledge deserves.
Here are just a few of the hypnotic speaker and presenter secrets you will see taught and demonstrated throughout the 5 WEEK ONLINE VIDEO TRAINING &
go from painfully shy to a confident stage presence by holding the “T+ State.”
deliver your content using “training cycles” to keep your audience engaged.
create a “thought matrix” and how to give an enriching experience to your audiences’ unconscious mind.
put your speech or presentation together for maximum results.
use a psychological principle (known only to a few high-level neuroscientists and experienced hypnotic-presenters) that “tunes people into your presentation” in such a way that they’ll eagerly want to pay to see you speak again and again. BEFORE you’ve even delivered your first presentation.
The “group control” secret that allows you to speak in front of a rowdy group of know-it-all’s – use this secret to control large groups of people with plenty of big egos (like high-level executives) to the extent that they “police” the audience on your behalf.