How to Be the Best Sales Professional (and Person) You Can Be

By Mark Jewell | August 08, 2022
As these weekly blogs can attest, there is an overlap in the advice sales books have to offer.  This week I’m ... Read More >

Public Speaking Tips from the World Champion

By Mark Jewell | August 06, 2022
Jerry Seinfeld once observed that according to several studies, most people’s number one fear is public speaking.  ... Read More >

Showtime! A Group Presentation Primer

By Mark Jewell | July 27, 2022
Yesterday, we laid out the benefits of making sales presentations to a large group of prospects. Today, we’ll discuss ... Read More >

The Live Experience

By Mark Jewell | July 26, 2022
Have you ever been to a live stand-up comedy show in a packed comedy club? If not, I strongly recommend it. There ... Read More >

Win Over Your Audience

By Mark Jewell | June 29, 2022
How do you prepare a presentation that will win over your audience? The first step is to carefully contemplate the ways ... Read More >

Are There Any Questions?

By Mark Jewell | May 18, 2022
No presentation is complete without asking, "Are there any questions?"  Read More >

6 Tips to Prepare for Your Next Sales Presentation

By Mark Jewell | May 05, 2022
Too many people in the sales world spend four months trying to get an appointment, four hours driving to and from the ... Read More >

A Personal Connection with Your Audience

By Mark Jewell | March 31, 2022
When you walk into a room to give a presentation, one of the best ways to break down the barrier between you and your ... Read More >

Make Yourself TED-Worthy

By Mark Jewell | August 02, 2021
When it comes to designing presentations, my go-to books are Nancy Duarte’s Resonate and Slide:Ology. However, if ... Read More >

3 Tips from the Storytelling Circle

By Mark Jewell | March 20, 2020
 When most people think of a PowerPoint presentation, the first word that likely comes to mind is “boring.” This is ... Read More >
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