ARE YOUR VIRTUAL PRESENTATIONS BORING?

Does your audience doze off when you’re presenting? Are your slides filled with a barrage of boring bullet points? When it comes to Death by PowerPoint, are you a serial killer?

I’m Rick Pollak the Presentation Medic and I’m on a mission to cure boring virtual presentations. I want to help you learn how to become an interesting and persuasive presenter even when you can’t see your audience in person.

IT’S MORE THAN SLIDES AND STYLE

Snazzy slides, polished prose, and strong speaking skills aren’t enough to make virtual talks compelling. Eye contact, effective gestures, and stage presence won’t help you on a Zoom call with a prospective client or investor. I can teach you how to capture and keep the attention of a remote audience using a conversational, story-based approach.

THE CURE FOR BORING VIRTUAL PRESENTATIONS

I’ve developed a process called the Medic’s Method that helps cure boring presentations. I’ve successfully used this preparation process (examine, diagnose, prescribe) for over 25 years. Visit my worksheets page to download your free copy of my planning guide. When you use this method to plan your conversations and presentations, your audience will understand, care, and remember.

THE PRESCRIPTION FOR SUCCESS

The Medic’s Method is effective whether you’re giving a TED talk or talking to a guy named Ted. I know it will help you become a better virtual presenter.

Here’s how we can work together to determine the best prescription to cure your boring presentations.

Rick Pollak
Chief Explanation Officer – Presentation Medic