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Captivate the Audience

To see people between the words

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It's not unique standing in front of an audience.​
It is a skill to conquer the crowd.

This is not another standing in front of an audience workshop!

What makes some people the greatest speakers of all time?

Is the ability to conquer an audience reserved only for charismatic people?

Many people can stand in front of an audience and speak, but few are able to captivate the audience, get them excited, feel empathy and get them sucked into a common idea.

It is important to remember that standing in front of an audience and the ability to conquer the crowd is an acquired ability regardless of innate or personal traits.

In an age of distractions every three seconds, abundance of free knowledge, attention deficit problems and a desire for instant gratification, it is not enough to be an expert in a certain field to captivate the audience for more than ten minutes. It is also not enough to have a charismatic personality.

The ability to keep the audience attentive and engaged is a learned skill that requires guidance and experience. While some people have natural traits that can help them intrigue their audience, it is not reserved only for them. Even the most talented speakers had to invest time, practice, and effort to develop public speaking skills.

So What are you going to learn?

My Personal formula: 20 must-have and thought provoking principles that you cannot read online so YOU can captivate your crowd!

Option 1

A 3-hour lecture, with a short break, that contains my formula for captivating the audience.

Option 2

A workshop consists of 2 sessions of 3 hours each, including practice and feedback.

The Goal
To equip individuals, managers, instructors and lecturers with the principles and techniques required to conquer the audience accurately, clearly, meaningfully, but most important of all, unforgettably, in front of any target audience.

About me

Over the past decade, I have lectured and led conferences, hundreds of times in the United States, Canada, and Israel, in my native language, but mostly in English. The audience always changed; the result remained the same.

Did captivating an American, Irish, Israeli, or Canadian audiences change the content of my lecture? Very little. Did lecturing in a foreign language change the outcome of the lecture? Very little. Because the language and the type of audience is not what counts!

Like any good story, it began with small and private meetings of a few dozen individuals in a warm living room and from there to many and varied stages in organizations, conferences, and halls in front of hundreds of people. It didn't happen overnight. After every club or social gathering, lecture, training or practical-professional workshop, I sharpened the winning formula to captivate the audience. It began a decade ago and since then it's been history.

One of the most sensational discoveries I made is that the ability and guiding principles for writing a book is the same as the ability to captivate an audience! I realized that if I could fascinate people with my books, I could conquer them face to face—because the principles are the same.

I have identified the critical differences between sitting at eye level looking into the eyeballs of a small crowd and standing in front of hundreds of people all the way to the last rows of a huge hall. Moreover, I have recognized what doesn't change, whether it's a toast speech at a family gathering, a speech at the ambassador's residence in New York, at a university in Canada, a political conference, or in a work meeting.

I have realized that standing in front of an audience is not a supreme ability reserved only for people with special abilities. It is the ability to keep the audience fascinated, to hear the sigh of disappointment when the workshop or lecture is over and the request for a little more. That is the skill to which every good lecturer should aspire to gain.

This is not an ordinary lecture or workshop. You won't learn how to make a presentation. You will not learn tools and rules that you can find on the Internet or techniques and logistic details about building a lecture. You will learn how to captivate the audience by being you!

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