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About David Bishop
David Bishop was born in Burbank, California, lived his childhood in Yakima, Washington, and now resides in Ballston Spa, New York. He enjoys reading, spending time with his three boys, blogging, and helping people achieve their best. His favorite works are "The Power of Habit" by Charles Duhigg, "Drive" by Daniel Pink, and "The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs" by Carmine Gallo.
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"How to Create Amazing Presentations" not only shows you all this and more, it gives you the tools to engage your audience immediately, inspire them profoundly, and make your words unforgettable. And these aren't just theories. These are proven techniques that have been use firsthand in seminars and workshops with thousands of people in Fortune 500 campuses and universities. Find out why those who attended are saying "it's the best class I've been to", "[it's the] best presentation/communication seminar I have been through", and "I would recommend this program to anyone."
If you want to became a powerful presenter or you just want to break out of the boring corporate mold to be unforgettable, you are in the right place. "How to Create Amazing Presentations" is full of tools and techniques you can use, from before you start your presentation to the time you step off the stage and beyond. Find out what people have called these techniques "remarkable", "amazing", "stellar", "phenomenal" and, simply "fun".
If you want to become an amazing presenter and have fun doing it, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and buy this power-packed book. It's time for you to become even more engaging, inspiring and unforgettable!
“The Man in the Pit” is a short story to help people like you recognize, understand, and respond to depression. It is a simple, easy read with valuable insights for someone who wants to help a loved one struggling with depression. It’s written to give you tools you can use quickly - in minutes, rather than days or weeks. It is written not from the perspective of a psychologist, but from the perspective of someone who has experienced depression firsthand. If you know someone who finds themselves “in the pit”, it may be the best purchase you ever make.
“7 Steps to Better Relationships” shows you seven key tools to improve your relationships and make your life more rewarding and fulfilling. Each step provides examples of ways to realize stronger connections in your own life, written around real-life experiences. You will learn how to better communicate, relate, and improve your relationships in a fun, easy read.
The lessons are straightforward yet thought provoking, and the steps are simple yet power-packed. You will find new ways to breath life into old relationships and ignite new ones. If you want to see your relationships improve, simply buy this book and follow these simple steps. It’s your life. Why not make it full of engaging and exciting relationships?