In this lesson, discover how to outline important goals that will measure your one-on-one presentation's success and help you clarify your desired outcome.
In this lesson, discover how good research can help shape and personalize your one-on-one presentation or pitch to target your potential client or partner.
In this lesson, learn why five talking points should be the max in your one-on-one presentation and get some tips for making the most of those five points.
In this lesson, find out how using notes and questions will help you be engaging in your one-on-one presentation, even if you never use them.
Learn why connecting the message points in your one-on-one presentation to specific stories will reinforce those points, making a memorable presentation.
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