Bill Gove Speech Workshop – Free Download Training Course
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Bill Gove, CSP, CPAE, was recognized around the world as the father of professional speaking. Toastmasters International awarded Bill Gove its Golden Gavel Award in 1991, and called him one of the most popular speakers of the 20th Century. I was fortunate enough to be Bill’s business partner from 1996 until he passed away on December 9, 2001, and to speak on stages with him around the world. I can tell you from first hand experience that Bill Gove was the modern day genius of public speaking.
Bill Gove with President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan backstage at Carnegie Hall in 1955. President Reagan and Bill Gove often crossed paths on the speaking circuit and are considered two of the finest presenters of all time. Both men were inducted into the Speakers Hall of Fame in the 1970s.
One 20-minute speech to the right group of potential clients, prospects or superiors has the power to double or triple your income and open doors of opportunity that are closed to 95% of the population. Great speakers are seen as leaders in business, in the communities where they live, and in life in general. People have always been influenced (and probably always will be) by the eloquent, entertaining speaker who knows how to connect emotionally with his or her audience.
Why Choose the Bill Gove Speech Workshop?
Bill Gove is one of the most trusted names in the professional speaking industry. Considered the Father of Professional Speaking, Bill Gove paved the way for the Speech Workshop as it stands today.
We teach speakers to connect with audiences, move them to action and convert them into clients for life. This process transforms the speaker and the audience.
The Bill Gove Workshop has produced more fee paid speakers that anyone else in the industry. Are you next?
Here Are Some Of the Things You Will Learn in the 3-Day Workshop:
7 ways to create excitement from the platform
How to use theatrical techniques in your presentation
How to integrate humor into ANY speech
How to use personal stories that will connect with your audience immediately
Three magic elements every speech must have to be considered world-class
Captivating gestures that will hold any audience spellbound
Bill Gove’s famous pivot maneuver that will help you connect with your audience
The pause, scan and nod. . . and why it works
How to find more speech material than you can possibly use
The difference between a speech, seminar, and workshop. . . and why you want to do all three
How to develop a funny consciousness
The magic of mental preparation before every speech
The incredible audience response measurement system. . . and how to use it to virtually guarantee how any audience will respond to you
How to use a time line-continuum to gage the effectiveness of your speech
How to write and catalog speeches like a professional speaker
The magic fraternity house delivery style that never fails
How to use one-liners that will work with every audience
What to do if you go blank on stage
Speech module development – the AA formula that never fails
The anti-bombing strategy that destroys the mortal enemy of every speaker
Stage movement that showcases your every word
The secret of the world’s best speakers: getting the audience out of the way
Why the audience wants you to do well
How to create your speeches with passion. . . BUT deliver them with skill
The amazing keyword note system. . . and why the pro’s use it
The secret to getting a good introduction every time you speak
How to use call backs to add humor and fun to your presentation
The support secret that professional speakers use to relax before every speech.
The world-famous Gove Grasp that pulls in any audience like a magnet
The support secret that professional speakers use to relax before every speech
How to use geographical transitions that your audiences will love
The pressure-proofing system that will end stage fright. . . forever
The difference between material written to be read and material written to be heard
The Mark Twain technique of handcrafting every speech
The grand prix racing vocalization technique
The best time to speak during a meeting. . . and the worst
Why the best speakers see themselves as show people
The two tools you must own to develop your skills
Why lightening up always works
The four most dangerous words a speaker should never repeat