Tim Baynes is now offering his extensive knowledge and the ‘Say it in 7’ techniques in a convenient and quick over the phone service – The Phone Coach. Tim will deliver the same level of expertise and practical advice but in a new easy to access format. Tim will first review the presentation, analyse and evaluate it and then arrange a phone call to discuss feedback and ideas answering any other questions you may have.
The aim of The Phone Coach is to enable you and your presentation to connect with your audience better by making the content clear and compelling. The Phone Coach will remedy the structure; advise on content and help craft your messages to be as persuasive as possible.
The Phone Coach, aka Tim Baynes, is a qualified pitch doctor and has been running successful training programs for over 20 years for a number of prestigious clients including Google, the BBC, Mail Online, Microsoft and Spotify. How it works:
Step one – send your presentation to The Phone Coach
Step two – The Phone Coach reviews the presentation extensively and will note recommendations for improvement
Step three – a one-hour phone call with The Phone Coach to discuss the evaluation and feedback
If you want more time or input, or even a face-to-face consultation, this can be arranged. Costs: £500 + VAT (no VAT applied outside the UK)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
- Go to sayitin7.com download and complete a coversheet to include your contact details and a couple important questions about your presentation.
- Return the form to me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the presentation and two dates when you can do a Skype call with me.
- Send £500 to the PayPal account: email@example.com
- Tim will confirm receipt and acceptance of timings by return.
Another exciting piece on the Talking Rugby Union site, extract:
Say it in 7 founder Tim Baynes uses a pitch scenario to describe how best to showcase your skills to gain the desired result: To win must consider these three points, and they will take you along the road to success.
– See more at http://www.talkingrugbyunion.co.uk/say-it-in-7-realising-ambition/15891.htm#sthash.lwXHQhTG.dpuf
The latest piece of collaboration with Talking Rugby Union – In the run up to Rio; here is the second article – on preparation
Great to be working with Talking Rugby Union the place for all the latest rugby news, photo, videos The Rugby Championship, 7s and Leagues from around the world.
In the run up to Rio Rugby 7s A series of articles shows how the world of sport and business are in sync when running a pitch or running on to one! First story here http://bit.ly/29TVY8P – six more to come in the build up to Rio.
And all rugby is here
STORY THOUGHTS – Use every opportunity to share
If your instincts tell you that people would like to hear your story, share it, use an event or internal session to share your stories. Have a couple of stories in your top pocket – people will remember you through your stories.
STORY THOUGHTS: Mix it up
Use different ways of communicating, different materials.
It does not have to be PowerPoint all the time.
How about using the flip chart to tell your tale?
My last big pitch for business was on three sheets of A3. The company following me had forty-four slides.
Choose a story that will matter to them.
Put the listener at the heart of the story and what they want to hear.
Applicability is everything.
People by from people like themselves and people they like.
What stories are colleagues sharing?
What stories are being told on TV or in TED talks?
Make a note of the narratives you’ve enjoyed – in you story ‘bank’, that you can draw upon for inspiration.
Think of something you have to communicate today, perhaps a call or a meeting or one-to-one conversation.
Then consider what metaphor, analogy or personal story could you use to bring it to lift!
The reason is . . .Practise using the phrase “the reason why this is so important, “or applicable, “or relevant”. Incorporate this component of your story, in every meeting.
This will give people a reason to buy into your story.
More story tips to follow.