Productivity Secrets for Entrepreneurs
“Productivity is getting the Maximum Results In Minimum Time.” – Alex Mandossian
Going from a lower level of productivity to a higher level of productivity is the secret of becoming great at producing more results in your business and in your life!!
Are you committed to get better results and be more productive then you are currently today?
The origin of the word entrepreneur means “to undertake” and lift up.
The word entrepreneur comes from a Frenchman by the name of Jean-Baptiste Say.
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Secrets To “Presentation” Productivity for Entrepreneurs
The secret to being a successful entrepreneur is to have high energy and commitment in everything that you do for your business, yourself and your clients.
“Everything is Energy” and energy is everything! As an entrepreneur your secrets and your presentations, your training and the knowledge that you share as a master virtual presenter is always delivered at its best when it is done with high energy.
How To Be Great At Being A Productive Master Virtual Presenter
Productive master virtual presenters plan and pre-plan to present in a way that will surely get people’s attention. As a Virtual Presenter if you can’t get their attention in the first 3-5 seconds then you can keep them watching by delivering what they need and speaking directly into the camera lens to them.
If you cannot master the “Attention” portion of the A.I.D.A. formula then you will likely lose your viewers rather quickly and they will not want to stick around or return for another.
The same holds true for marketing to your: suspects, prospects and red hot clients or buyers. Without a high energy approach that gets people’s attention, you cannot deliver the right message to the right audience.
Your first objective should always be to get the viewers Attention.
The formula we use as a Master Virtual Presenter is the A.I.D.A. formula. Got it? Great!
First it is our job as marketers to “Get Their Attention.”
We like to shout “hey” or say “welcome” at the beginning of a presentation. In Facebook Live Streams we like to hold up cards that will get the viewers attention and let them know to turn on the sound by tapping on the video.
Step two in the A.I.D.A. formula is Interest.
One of the best ways to get someone interested in what you have to say is to share a compelling quote and allow that to lead in to your turn to tell your viewers a story.
Why a story?
Stories are sticky and they help people relate to you as the presenter. It helps them in terms of connection and illustration.
The story helps you set up the audience for what is to come in your presentation. Stories make what you are teaching memorable and easy to associate with pictures in some people’s minds.
Often visual learners will associate images and memories with what they learn in a presentation setting where they are the learner.
Most importantly the story peaks people’s interest so that they keep viewing, watching, listening or reading the presentation you created have for them.
Desire is the “D” in the A.I.D.A. Formula.
Having an ethical bribe at the beginning of your presentation is a great way to keep people on the call and it creates desire for what is coming later if they stick around with you.
An ethical bribe can come in many forms, just pick one to start with. Here are some of the most common ethical bribes: e-book, physical book, blog post, members area content access, bonus podcast episodes, webinar training, teleseminars or pre-recorded virtual presentations that are kept private for limited access.
Desire is the seed that you plant next to keep people watching, listening or reading what you have to offer in the end of the presentation. Another great way to build desire is with great bullet points that make promises for what is coming if they tune in. Or you can have a video sales letter that creates the desire for the pitch… BUT you must start with Attention, and then Interest before you move your conversation into the Desire stage of the presentation.
Once you have people leaning in, heavily engaged you can present your pitch and offer a call to action that allows your viewers, listeners or readers to be compelled to take the desired action you have planned for them.
Each element of the A.I.D.A. formula plays its role in moving your viewers and listeners closer to making a buying decision. Action is the final piece of the A.I.D.A formula. It is probably the most important aspect of the four elements because once you have compelled people to take action now you can begin to measure your results.
Remember only action leads to results!