I found this a very informative book with 21 lessons that are short and snappy, getting the main point of the lesson over without getting too heavy. Summed up with a quick 'Action Point' at the end of each lesson was a great touch to confirm what had just been read.
I thought the book would be enjoyed by those new to presenting with great hints and tips as well as for those that have been presenting for years who may just need a refreshing reminder of things to remain aware of.
Written in a style that was far from boring made this book an enjoyable and valuable read.
by Richard Coupland (NetGalley reviewer)
This book is a helpful guide to anyone who has been asked to make a presentation or speech in front of a group of people. Scenarios are laid out in a simple and informative way to give the reader a better understanding of what may go wrong and how to avoid the obvious pitfalls. The 21 lessons that are covered in this book should be sufficient for anyone who is serious about improving their presentation skills.
by Renwick McConaghy (NetGalley reviewer)
This book has good thoughts and pointers about presentations. I recommend it.
by Randy Parazine (NetGalley reviewer)
'I really enjoyed this book - engaging and memorable. It's filled with colourful anecdotes and examples. Fab!'
by Edencot (Amazon reviewer)
Philip St Lawrence has worked with over 200 corporations from minnows to FTSE 100 multi-nationals and wins numerous plaudits for his inspiring presentations (www.lawrencelemmy.co.uk). He relates this experience through his business self-help books. His talent as a writer and passion for English prose also manifests itself powerfully in his thought provoking, heartrending novel ‘Message from Joshua’. Raised in the Cotswolds Philip now lives in the New Forest, UK.