Presentation Prep

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Presentation Prep


Do you need support for your speech, your presentation or a media interview? Learn how can I help you to prepare your presentation in Berlin and online with video. The realistic goal: you and your offer are convincing.


In making a speech one must study three points: first, the means of producing persuasion; second, the language; third the proper arrangement of the various parts of the speech.


Presentation Prep


Do you need support for your speech, your presentation or a media interview? You have something to say and want to make sure that your message will come across well? You want to turn elaborate and dry teaching examples from the textbook into an easily consumable and engaging story and summarise even the most complicated details concisely to the point  … And if possible you want to present it all in a captivating and entertaining manner?

Then let me accompany you, I’ll support you from the foundation idea to the successful dress rehearsal — and if desired I’ll even attend your presentation! You’ll have to walk on stage and do the talking but I’ll congratulate you after the ecstatic applause!



Let me help you to convey your messages brilliantly, navigate media interviews effectively, deliver presentations and speeches that move people to action, and pitch to investors powerfully and effectively.

What clients say


I really feel like I’ve come away with tons of great ideas on how to improve my presentation, and I’m really grateful for that.

Horst Kern


I thought I needed help with my Powerpoint slides and ended up with a well structured, visually oriented presentation and an approachto deliver impactful messages on a very complex topic.

Franklin Mayer

Articles about presentation skills


17 tips for facial expressions in speeches and presentations

When the topic of body language appears in the context of the speech, it is usually about gestures and a solid stand. Facial expressions are discussed, if at all, with the hint to smile. This is a pity because it has a lot to offer as well as the potential to harm if it is not appropriate. What does not fit the personality and role of the speaker is unintentionally funny, damages credibility and distracts from the content and the message.

The article deals with what it is worth paying attention to as a speaker concerning facial expressions.

19 tips for humor in speeches and presentations

19 tips for humor in speeches and presentations

Do you want the attention of your audience? Humorously move your audience before the seat cusps hurt. Humor relaxes. It resolves tense, stressful situations. Humor has some positive effects. Appropriate humor can be used effectively in many speech situations. Find out what is worth paying attention to.
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Work on a speech or presentation as a masterpiece

Work on a speech or presentation as a masterpiece

Every speaker should make a brilliant speech at least once in his life. The effect goes far beyond the event. This experience becomes a mental reference. Such an experience will change you as a speaker. Work on your personal rhetorical masterpiece.
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Think twice before every media interview

Think twice before every media interview

You’ve received a call from a reporter who wants to interview you, and because you like the idea you want to confirm immediately. Wait for a second! Think twice before you do a media interview. It may be a chance and it is full of risks. In case you are uncertain that you want to be interviewed by the media, here are some points to consider
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This article is a short excerpt from the more comprehensive course materials my clients receive in a group or individual training or coaching.

Published: June 21, 2001
Author: Karsten Noack
Revision: August 14, 2019
Translation: August 14, 2019
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