Public Speaking Course:
The Centerpiece Area
During my public speaking course, I show you how easy it is to incorporate the centerpiece area
of the tables into your program.
saw Dr. Shirley Garrett use this technique at a large presentation she
performed. During her presentation she was going to use juggling scarves so she decided to drape these same scarves
in the centerpiece area and it
looked great. The great part was that it was inexpensive, it related to her presentation,
and it gave each member of the audience something to take home so
they would remember her. This idea could also score you some points
with the meeting planner who could save quite a bit of money
on flowers or other ornamental types of centerpieces. Having good skills
involves thinking ahead, thinking creatively, and thinking how
you can help people save money while you make money.
Your public speaking course will also teach you that you could make
the centerpiece area as a revenue generator for you. You can pre-sell your
books or tapes to the meeting planner and then you arrange them attractively
in the middle of the table.
Use the middle of a roundtable to tie your message in AND make more money.