What people say about our students…
“The presentations were on par with what I would expect from colonels and generals.”
– 4 star general Hugh Shelton, Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Chairman of the Board, RedHat
“I was blown away by the quality of the business plans and presentations!”
– Dr. Tom Miller, Vice Provost, N.C. State University, Executive Director of NCSU Entrepreneur Initiative
What people say about our content…
“This is a very nice, slim, & easily absorbed volume about how to make effective presentations“
– Dr. Vint Cerf, “Father of the Internet”, Google VP & Chief Internet Evangelist
“It’s wonderful! It includes virtually everything I tell my students on how to give effective talks.”
– Dr. Alfred Aho, Columbia University, Former VP of Bell Labs, Winner of IEEE’s, John von Neumann Medal
What our students say about the results…
“I knocked the ball out of the park! Two minute standing ovation!”
– Steve Rao, JD.
“I wish I had this (program) just after law
school. It would have saved me 10 years of emotional grief!”
– Dr. Kevin Lee, Campbell Law School
“An eye-opening kick in the head!”
– Joseph H. Mitchiner, JD Attorney, Mitchiner Law Firm
(2 day event had 100+ speakers and 5 tracks)
You covered this all without putting us to sleep!”
Amazing job by Sidd and I would recommend him to speak or emcee any event.”
Follow up: My daughter “enjoyed it, but was playing it like [it was] no big deal.
Months later, my wife is doing a craft show for her signs and my daughter asked if she could go and do a pitch in front of the crowd!”
It offers sound advice in a surprisingly simple and easy-to-follow format.
The Go Ape structure works very well.
If only everyone who gives presentations were guided by these principles!”
“We appreciate your willingness to speak on such a short notice.”
“It’s wonderful! It includes virtually everything I tell my students on how to give effective talks. ”
“What a wonderful job you did with our students yesterday! I hope you noticed their attention, commitment, and interest. They were indeed, to use a phrase from the sixties, “turned on”. I/we look forward to your return”
“Two students in my second period who are very shy and retiring actually took risks to use gestures and show some emotion in their speeches when you had them rehearsing. Students also remembered quite clearly the principles you taught when I asked them to review a few days later. So far, presentations in 2nd period have been animated and well done.”