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Presenting to Win: The Art of Telling Your Story


Assalamu alaykum!

I hope you all had a very good weekend, biithnillah. icon smile Presenting to Win: The Art of Telling Your Story

I’ve bought a book recently from Amazon.com called “Presenting to Win: The Art of Telling Your Story” by the recommendation of one brother. Mashallah, after having read the first couple of pages, I became very addicted to it. The author, Jerry Weissman,  who trained quite a few business elite (from Microsoft, Yahoo, Cisco, Intel Corporation, Intuit etc) how to make persuasive presentations gives such a wonderful advice on how to deliver your message, how to present your wonderful idea or point to the potential customers, investors and other interested parties. In other words, how to take your audience from where they stand i.e. Point A and to move them to your objective, which is Point B.

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Anyway, it is a very useful book if one of your responsibilities is to make a sales pitch or make a presentation of any kind. I was even thinking that some of the techniques could be used to make dawah!!! Yes, yes! Not just for business but for dawah as well, inshallah.

I will try posting some of the interesting points I come across and share them with you, fiysabilillah.

So come back again and do not forget to leave your comments underneath. Even one sentence would do, inshallah.

Wassalamu alaykum.

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  1. Matt Hanson says:

    Good writing. Keep up the good work. I just added your RSS feed my Google News Reader..

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