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Arvee Robinson

Arvee Robinson

Arvee Robinson is a persuasive speaking coach, master speaker trainer, international speaker and author. She teaches business owners, service professionals and entrepreneurs how to use public speaking as a marketing strategy so they can attract more clients, generate unlimited leads and grow their businesses, effortlessly.

She teaches a proven system for delivering persuasive presentations and easy-to-use formulas for creating a killer elevator pitch and a magnetic self-introduction. Arvee has helped hundreds of individuals win clients and close more sales every time they speak.

Arvee offers private coaching, workshops and weekly tele-classes. Her programs make people money for the rest of their lives.

Networking Trainers Article
Three Explosive Ways to Grab Your Audience's Attention—and Keep It!
by Arvee Robinson
Speakers can open their presentation many different ways. Why do most non-professional speakers begin their speech with, "Ah, I am so-in-so,"?

Beginning your speech with filler words such as "ah" or "um" immediately tells your audience that you are an untrained speaker. In a flash, you have lost credibility as a speaker—or worse, as an expert in your field—and your audience has taken a mental exit. You now might as well be talking to an empty room.

Why do speakers self-sabotage their speeches by beginning this way? It is simple: it is because...

Networking Trainers Article
Why You Should Be Out There Speaking Your Business
by Arvee Robinson

Remember the last business meeting you attended? What drew you there? It wasnt the networking or the rubber chicken. It was the speaker. You wanted to learn the speakers insights into his or her topic.

And you already looked at that speaker as an expert before you ever walked in the door, didnt you? Think about it. What was going through your head when you read the announcement about the upcoming presenter? That the person is an authority, right?

You can do the same thing. When you give a talk to an organization, lets say your local chamber of commerce, theyll advertise the event in advance by sending a meeting notice announcing you as the speaker.

That announcement will include the title of your talk, a brief biography, your picture and the five to seven bullet points you want your audience to hear that will draw them like a magnet to your presentation. You are now considered the expert.

Voila! Youve gained instant credibility. Youre audience will see you...

Networking Trainers Article
What to Do When Things Go Wrong During Your Speech
by Arvee Robinson

Murphy’s Law states that whatever can go wrong, does. This is true even when you speak. The good news is that knowing what might go wrong ahead of time will help you to know how to handle it.

If Murphy does shows up on the scene, never let your audience see you sweat! Never apologize when something goes wrong, and never make excuses.

On a recent episode of America’s Got Talent, one of the acts were two young children about ten or eleven years old. They started dancing on stairs, and guess what? The little girl fell. Seconds later she got up and performed as if nothing happened. At the end of their performance the judges asked her, “Are you okay, honey? Are you hurt?” At that moment she started to cry. Until then she was a trooper and never let anyone see her sweat.

This is a perfect example of what to do as a performer and speaker. Here are five possibilities of things that can go wrong, and how to handle them with grace and more

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