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  1. 1. WELCOME
  2. 2. Let’S SET THE SCENE FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS
  3. 3. SO WHAT ARE YOU IN FOR IN THE NEXT FOUR DAYS? Thank you - we know just how big a deal this is. Not a normal kind of retreat. What do we need from you? What can you expect from us? So it’s a speaking retreat - you need to speak (a couple of ways we will do this). Let’s run through the agenda. Random discussion topics - when we need a break. Aha moments/Things to do - boards. A few other bonuses - videos, books and speaker buddies. Food, breaks, stuff. Tell us your story. Bree tell us your story. Andrew tell us your story.
  4. 4. LET’S GET STARTED Why do we present - what’s our big why? The upside of getting it right - and it’s a big upside. What is a wold class communicator? What does it take to be successful as a professional speaker?
  5. 5. WHERE ARE THE MOST COMMON PRESENTING MISTAKES? 1. They are totally disorganised 2. They haven’t done their homework on the audience 3. Their presentation lacks a clear purpose 4. They have no real structure 5. They have PPT and they shouldn’t 6. They are overly reliant on technology 7. They are saying things we’ve all heard before 8. They are boring and lack passion 9. They don’t create any rapport 10. They just press play
  6. 6. WHERE ARE THE MOST COMMON PRESENTING MISTAKES? 11. They miss the mark with their audience 12. They make simple ideas complicated 13. They have bad body language 14. They don’t make any eye contact 15. They are hard to understand 16. They don’t use any humour 17. They talk too fast and don’t use silence 18. They don’t use their voice effectively 19. They stand and read their presentation 20. They are dickheads.
  7. 7. MODULE 1 - WE NEED THE RIGHT FRAMEWORK
  8. 8. WE NEED A GREAT FRAMEWORK FOR DEVELOPING OUR PRESENTATIONS… We’ve spoken about where people go wrong as speakers, let’s not do any of that stuff. My Professional Speaker Framework - the background. How you can use this framework? Once you master this, the most important speaker rule of all comes into play.
  9. 9. THINGS GO WRONG - ALL THE TIME. THE MORE RESEARCH YOU DO THE FEWER THINGS THAT SEEM TO GO WRONG.
  10. 10. RESEARCH YOUR AUDIENCE.
  11. 11. RESEARCH YOUR VENUE.
  12. 12. RESEARCH WHaT IS GOING ON LOCALLY.
  13. 13. WHAT DID ALL OF THAT RESEARCH TELL YOU?
  14. 14. WE NEED TO BE CLEAR ON HAVING THE RIGHT MOOD.
  15. 15. PEOPLE FORGET THE DETAILS BUT THEY REMEMBER YOUR EMOTION.
  16. 16. GIVE YOUR AUDIENCE A SIGNIFICANT REASON TO 
 LISTEN TO YOU.
  17. 17. SOLVE PROBLEMS. THE BIGGER THE PROBLEMS THE MORE COMPELLING YOU WILL BE.
  18. 18. WE NEED SOME PASSION.
  19. 19. AND A VERY BIG WORD YOU WILL HEaR US SAY A LOT - AUTHENTICITY
  20. 20. WHY DO WE NEED TO STRUCTURE OUR PRESENTATIONS?
  21. 21. THE OPENING IS REALLY IMPORTANT
  22. 22. GREAT OPENING OPTIONS MAKE A BIG, BOLD STATEMENT QUOTE A REALLY THOUGHT PROVOKING STATISTIC ASK THE AUDIENCE A GOOD QUESTION. TELL AN ENGAGING STORY.
  23. 23. EPIC FAILS OPEN WITH A JOKE. LEAVE THAT FOR DRUNKEN BEST MEN. I’M SO TIRED, JET LAGGED, TRAVELLED OUT BLAH BLAH. IT IS ALL ABOUT ME, ME AND ME… ASK A BAD QUESTION. INSULT THEM. AWESOME.
  24. 24. THE POWER OF SCALABILITY
  25. 25. THERE ARE A RANGE OF POSSIBLE STRUCTURES?POINT 1 SCALABILITY IN ACTION MEMORABLE OPENING POINT 2 CALL TO ACTION CLOSE POINT 3 ANECDOTE ANECDOTE ANECDOTE ANECDOTE ANECDOTE ANECDOTE ANECDOTE ANECDOTE ANECDOTE60 mIN 45 mIN 30 mIN
  26. 26. GREAT SLIDE DECKS TAKE TIME
  27. 27. YOUR SLIDE DECK SAYS A LOT ABOUT YOU.
  28. 28. DON’T UNDERESTIMATE THEIR IMPORTANCE
  29. 29. SAY NO TO UGLY SLIDES
  30. 30. CLIP ART IS EVIL
  31. 31. INVEST IN YOUR PRESENTATIONS
  32. 32. BE SMART - Don’T KEEP REINVENTING THE WHEEL.
  33. 33. LEARN FROM EVERY SINGLE PRESENTATION YOU GET TO SEE.
  34. 34. WE WILL SHARE A VIDEO WITH YOU ABOUT HOW WE DO OUR PRESENTATIONS.
  35. 35. THE BEST WAY TO BECOME A TRULY GREAT SPEAKER. OR BALLERINA.
  36. 36. WHAT MAKES A GREAT PRESENTER SO IMPRESSIVE?
  37. 37. REHEARSE REHEARSE REHEARSE
  38. 38. WHAT DID YOUR REHEARSAL TELL YOU?
  39. 39. HOW IS YOUR TIMING?
  40. 40. WHAT ARE THE STICKING POINTS?
  41. 41. WHAT DO YOUR INSTINCTS TELL YOU?
  42. 42. ALWAYS ARRIVE EARLY.
  43. 43. ALWAYS TURN UP.
  44. 44. NERVES ARE NOT YOUR ENEMY.
  45. 45. FIND A FRIEND
  46. 46. BE FULLY PRESENT - NOTHING ELSE MATTERS NOW.
  47. 47. GET YOURSELF INTO A GREAT STATE
  48. 48. ALCOHOL IS NOT YOUR FRIEND.
  49. 49. BELIEVE THAT PEOPLE WANT YOU TO SUCCEED.
  50. 50. MAKE THE FIRST FEW MINUTES COUNT.
  51. 51. BODY LANGUAGE IS BIG.
  52. 52. BEWARE OF READING THE WRONG SIGNS.
  53. 53. LOOK INTO THE WHITE (OR YELLOW) OF THEIR EYES
  54. 54. LEARN TO USE THE POWER OF THE….
  55. 55. NEVER LOSE YOUR COOL.
  56. 56. DON’T TAKE YOURSELF TOO SERIOUSLY.
  57. 57. LEARN FROM WHAT YOU GET RIGHT AND WHAT YOU GET WRONG.
  58. 58. REVIEW YOUR PRESENTATION ASAP.
  59. 59. COMMIT TO CONSTANT AND NEVER ENDING IMPROVEMENT. LEARN FROM EVERY SPEAKER. DEVELOP YOUR OWN STYLE.
  60. 60. ALWAYS ASK FOR FEEDBACK BUT BE CAREFUL ABOUT THE FEEDBACK THAT YOU TAKE ON BOARD.
  61. 61. PRESENT WHEREVER YOU CAN, WHENEVER YOU CAN. CHALLENGE YOURSELF. COMFORT IS THE ENEMY.
  62. 62. PHEW
  63. 63. MODULE 2 - DEVELOPING YOUR SIGNATURE KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONWORKSHOP - “YOUR STORY MATTERS”
  64. 64. WORKSHOP - “YOUR STORY MATTERS”
  65. 65. IF YOU COME TO A SPEAKING SKILL RETREAT YOU NEED TO SPEAK. We are all familiar with TED and TEDx talk right? Awesome to learn from. You are going to develop you own 15 minute presentation and deliver it on Sunday morning. We are going to film it. So you need to develop it. Where do we start? Let’s review what we just covered? OK, so we can apply that. Let’s review a 15 minute TEDx talk - and see if we can make sense of how it is put together. Then you get to start work on yours. This is a BIG opportunity. Please use it fully.
  66. 66. MY TEDX TALK….IMAGINE IF WE WERE 33% LESS ANGRY The background….. The theme……..curiosity. The conditions. The brief - make them laugh, make them cry, make them think (the best brief I’ve ever had). My prep. The pressure. Technical issues from the beginning of my talk. The end result? Over to you.
  67. 67. OVER TO YOU… The aim of this session. Tomorrow morning……..some tools. This afternoon is about nutting out your idea. Talking it though. Being challenged. Asking the right questions? Is it big enough? Can I bring my story into this? Does anyone care? What stories can I share? Make them laugh, make them cry, make them think…… Your greatest opportunity is to be authentic.
  68. 68. MODULE 2 - DEVELOPING YOUR SIGNATURE KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
  69. 69. DEVELOPING YOUR SIGNATURE KEYNOTE PRESENTATION What is a keynote? Where do speakers go wrong with keynotes? What is a signature keynote? You need to develop one. We have a process to follow. Getting your topic right - generally follows your story
  70. 70. SOME QUESTIONS THAT WE NEED TO ASK… Who is your audience and what do they want? What do you want to achieve from delivering your presentation? What are the key take home messages? What stories can you use? How will you make it engaging? How can you open strongly? How can you close strongly?
  71. 71. SO WE HAVE A FORM THAT MIGHT HELP… MY SIGNATURE KEYNOTE PRESENTATION DATE: TITLE: DURATION: LOGISTICS: INTRODUCTION KEY POINT #1 KEY POINT #2 KEY POINT #3 KEY POINT #4 KEY POINT #5 CONCLUSION TIMINGS HOW DID I GO? GOAL OF THIS SECTION KEY POINTS STORIES/ANECDOTES TO SHARE
  72. 72. AND WE HAVE TRELLO
  73. 73. MODULE 3 - STORYTELLING FOR SPEAKERS
  74. 74. STORYTELLING MAKES GOOD SPEAKERS INCREDIBLE. The role of storytelling for speakers. My biggest realisations as a speaker - and where I’ve gone wrong in the past. The stories you need to tell. Where we go wrong when it comes to telling stories. Of course we need a framework.
  75. 75. WORKSHOP - “YOUR STORY MATTERS”
  76. 76. KEEP WORKING ON YOUR PRESENTATION Time to use the new magic form. Or Trello. We would like a slide deck (keep your slides to a minimum). You’re going to have to rehearse (and rehearse)(and time it). Remember the rules.
  77. 77. MODULE 4 - THE BUSINESS OF BEING A PROFESSIONAL SPEAKER
  78. 78. THE BUSINESS SIDE OF THINGS LETS SPEAKERS DOWN MORE THAN THEIR SKILLS. You might be an awesome speaker but lousy business person….. A lot misconceptions about the speaking business Going to share what I have learned over the years (my journey) Be very upfront about what has worked for me - very open. Teach you how the industry works Most importantly I will show you how to generate income as a speaker. We are going to share a complete online programme with you.
  79. 79. WHAT ARE THE MOST COMMON MISTAKES? (AG TO NUMBER AND ADD 15) They don’t treat speaking as a business - no business model or a plan Think they will make a living by being paid by others to speak - not that simple any more Don’t market themselves They undercharge Get precious and too hard to work with Present too much Don’t stay relevant They don’t build relationships They don’t believe in themselves enough They don’t invest in their speaking
  80. 80. MY BUSINESS MODEL
  81. 81. HOW THE INDUSTRY WORKS
  82. 82. AND OF COURSE WE HAVE A FRAMEWORK
  83. 83. YOUR SPEAKER BUSINESS “TO DO” LIST
  84. 84. MODULE 5 - ADVANCED AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT
  85. 85. ADVANCED AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT It all starts with having the right attitude. Getting prepared on every level. Stage presence - what is it, have you got it. When you are on you really need to be on. We need to master the “art of reading a room”. The power of the pause. Applying authenticity. Be vulnerable. Use your voice. The right body language versus the wrong body language. Look into the white of their eyes. The best kind of humour to use. Reacting to things that happen - the good, the bad and ugly.
  86. 86. ADVANCED AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT Eye contact is vital: Do look at individuals Do hold eye contact Don’t look at the one spot Don’t forget the front, back or side rows. Don’t look over the heads of the audience. Don’t ever look a little distracted (look out the window). Don’t keep looking at your watch. Be prepared to take action if you are losing them.
  87. 87. WORKSHOP - “YOUR STORY MATTERS”
  88. 88. KEEP WORKING ON YOUR PRESENTATION How are going? Tomorrow morning is the big day…. Rehearse, rehearse…. How the presentations will work. Starting earlier. Dress accordingly. A schedule (names drawn out of hat). Present in groups.
  89. 89. TIME TO DELIVER YOUR TEDX TALK
  90. 90. MODULE 6- MARKETING YOURSELF AS A SPEAKER
  91. 91. MARKETING YOURSELF AS A SPEAKER Why it’s so important Most speakers are terrible at marketing themselves Building your speaker brand. Where do we start? Let’s talk about your values and what you stand for
  92. 92. YOUR SPEAKER VALUES NEED TO REFLECT THE VALUES YOU LIVE BY.
  93. 93. NOW LETS GO A LITTLE DEEPER ON YOUR BRAND DEVELOPMENT Develop a strong brand. Make it align with you (personal branding is tough). Make sure, that like all good branding it runs through everything. Be clear on the message you want to send. What’s the one word you want your branding to suggest? Let’s look at AG’s.
  94. 94. ANDREW GRIFFITHS 2016 Biography Author Mentor Presenter Australia's #1 Small Business Author - 12 books now sold in over 60 countries. ANDREW GRIFFITHS 2016 speakers kit LETTER OF ENGAGEMENT Andrew Griffiths has been engaged by Quest Community Newspapers and Brisbane News for a series of full day presentations as a part of the 2015 AdImpact program in South East Queensland. Author Mentor Presenter SPEAKER AGREEMENT NESA - The SPIRIT OF COLLABORATION NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2015 30th JULY 2015
  95. 95. Writing and publishing a book can be wildly confusing and challenging Investing in a PUBLISHING STRATEGY session with Andrew Griffiths, one of the most successful authors in Australia, is a very smart way to simplify the process and greatly increase the chances of your book being successful. SMALL BUSINESSes are FROM MARS, CORPORATIONS ARE FROM VENUS, RIGHT? A one-day workshop with Australia’s #1 Small Business Author - Andrew Griffiths designed to help your organisation find more small business customers, keep them for longer, encourage them to spend more and get them to refer you.
  96. 96. AUTHOR 2.0 BALI RETREAT May 23rd - May 26th With International Bestselling Author Andrew Griffiths AUTHOR 2.0 BALI RETREAT Top Bali Travel Tips From Bree James
  97. 97. BUILDING YOUR TRIBE
  98. 98. Add ways to engage your tribe slide -solve their problems -Treat them with respect -Communicate to suit them not you -Listen to them -Follow your heart
  99. 99. MANAGING ENQUIRIES
  100. 100. ONCE YOU GET THE GIG
  101. 101. THERE ARE ALWAYS OTHER OPPORTUNITIES
  102. 102. FOLLOWING UP IS A MARKETING OPPORTUNITY
  103. 103. OTHER MARKETING BITS AND PIECES
  104. 104. MODULE 7 - SURVIVING AND THRIVING AS A SPEAKER
  105. 105. IT’s A MARATHON NOT A SPRINT We’ve touched on a number of these - just making sure all ground is covered. Growing your skills as a speaker Commit to constant and never ending improvement (listen more speak less) Reviewing other speakers Building a client base Build a great tribe Don’t get lazy Stay relevant
  106. 106. WE MADE IT
  107. 107. PHEW….. Time for some reflection on the past few days. What are your biggest realisations from this retreat? What are the most important things I need to know? What are the skills I need to develop? Tell us what you got out of the last 4 days, what was hardest for you, what was your biggest aha moment and what you are going to do when you get home? Dinner - 6.30pm - meet you at the restaurant. But for now - let’s graduate.
  108. 108. THANK YOU FROM US

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