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Purpose-Filled Presentations by Tony Jeary preview

Purpose-Filled Presentations by Tony Jeary preview

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Published by J A Heinlein
http://purposefilledpresentations.com

Having trained executives at more than 500 world-class organizations in the art of effective, winning presentations, Tony Jeary (Mr. Presentation™) now brings those same techniques and strategies to the church. Tony shares basic principles to help unlock dramatic personal and professional success every time you speak, whether from behind a podium, on the phone, or on a street corner.

Purpose-Filled Presentations is written for pastors, teachers, small group leaders, greeters, staff members, as well as anyone interested in becoming better at personal evangelism. The easy-to-follow tips will help readers gain confidence, improve self-esteem, enhance credibility, and maximize response.

Unique benefits

* Provides Tony’s time-tested “Seven Steps to Effective Presentation” — skills that are vital for anyone who leads or volunteers in the church.
* Includes easy-to-follow tips to help readers gain confidence, improve self-esteem, enhance credibility, and maximize response.
* Emphasizes that preparation is the key to making any message effective.

website: http://purposefilledpresentations.com

to order: http://astore.amazon.com/jaheinlein-20/detail/0784723141
http://purposefilledpresentations.com

Having trained executives at more than 500 world-class organizations in the art of effective, winning presentations, Tony Jeary (Mr. Presentation™) now brings those same techniques and strategies to the church. Tony shares basic principles to help unlock dramatic personal and professional success every time you speak, whether from behind a podium, on the phone, or on a street corner.

Purpose-Filled Presentations is written for pastors, teachers, small group leaders, greeters, staff members, as well as anyone interested in becoming better at personal evangelism. The easy-to-follow tips will help readers gain confidence, improve self-esteem, enhance credibility, and maximize response.

Unique benefits

* Provides Tony’s time-tested “Seven Steps to Effective Presentation” — skills that are vital for anyone who leads or volunteers in the church.
* Includes easy-to-follow tips to help readers gain confidence, improve self-esteem, enhance credibility, and maximize response.
* Emphasizes that preparation is the key to making any message effective.

website: http://purposefilledpresentations.com

to order: http://astore.amazon.com/jaheinlein-20/detail/0784723141

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PurPose-Filled
PRESENTATIONS
HOW ANY
christian
CAN COMMUNICATE MORE EFFECTIVELY TO
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An essential guide for any church volunteer
tonY jearY
MR. PRESENTATION
 
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s  my w h g  fm my mh:  w   m mpy, b w ccmph wh i  chv h pp f whch i  .
—IsaIah 55:11
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 veryone has a story to share. Everyone has a message to give. Whetheryou have been asked to teach Sunday school, lead a small group, ormake a presentation in ront o your church, there are people who needto hear what
 you
have to say. Te message, however, will not get through i yound your knees are knocking louder than you are talking. Worse yet, your lack o condence in your speaking ability may silence your story altogether by orc-ing you to shirk away rom the very opportunity God brings to you.Perhaps you eel a tug to share the gospel with someone or speak up in aBible study, but you are too intimidated by your own eelings o inadequacy.Maybe you even eel that God is calling you to prepare or ull-time ministry,but you argue, like Moses did: “O Lord, I have never been eloquent, neither inthe past nor since you have spoken to your servant. I am slow o speech andtongue. . . . O Lord, please send someone else to do it” (Exodus 4:10, 13).Even i you have been involved in ministry or years, you have likely dis-covered that the delivery can be just as important as the message. Whetheryou are a novice or a veteran, you may be keenly aware you have room togrow. Tere is no doubt that your message is essential—you just need youraudience to understand how truly important it is. I you are hungry to im-prove your delivery, you are in good company. Many people in the church

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