Charisma: Charm, Poise and Eloquence: Think The AvengersCharisma Is A Key Ingredient To Present Yourself & Your Offer Successfully
The more one considers charisma as a technique, the less someone has of it.
Sync your personality with your message
A classic situation: you prepared your presentation for several weeks but you only get an unenthusiastic applause at the end of it because everyone’s looking at you as if you’ve just spoken Gibberish? Or, if we’re being honest, was it that the presentation style was a bit stiff and it didn’t really engage and move your audience?… or is that blue suit you’re wearing too blue?
Why is it not enough just to know your subject in order to be successful?
Even if you are one of the experts in your field and your statements are cast-iron – what impressions do you leave in discussions, negotiations or presentations? Your body language, voice, the manner of speaking, behavior — so many aspects are involved and influence how you are perceived by others.
With immediate effect — what I offer
A compelling charisma is not a matter of luck, but the result of good preparation and regular practice. As much as I’d like to be able to take the shiest, most introvert person and make them into a Hollywood star, charisma is, however, not a technique or a product you can just acquire. It takes training and is about working with your own potential and strengths. And this is where I excel! I can:
- maximize your personal charisma
- help you to be more confident
- train your verbal skills, your elocution, your voice
- show you how to use your body language to advantage
- how to remain authentic
- how to develop your leadership skills, natural authority, assertiveness, and presence
- how to present yourself and your ideas, products, and services in a successful convincing way
With my help, you will then stand out from the crowd and even if you have forgotten something for that presentation or meeting – who cares? You’ll be assertive and confident enough to be able to handle anything thrown at you.
Since 1998, I support people in presenting themselves and their message convincingly. Many of my clients were previously unaware of how they affect other people. If I am committed to convincing you and your offer, I also dedicate myself to your charisma.
Benefit from my experience in marketing, psychology, and rhetoric, develop your impact on other people.
Find out more about me in my profile.
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