Powerful Presentations: How To Move an Audience & Sell Like Never Before

Powerful Presentation: How To Move an Audience & Sell Like Never Before - a WealthFit course by Dustin MathewsAre you terrified of public speaking?

Is it hard to keep people’s attention while you’re talking?

Or, is your audience simply not buying what you’re selling?

Just the thought of giving presentations is enough to send shivers down most people’s spines . . .

But like anything else, presentations can be plannedtested, and improved.

This action-oriented course will give you the exact steps for giving powerful and effective presentations that leave your audience ready for action.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Win your audience’s attention & interest
  • Empathize with their pain centers
  • Prove your solution is THE ANSWER to their problem
  • And drive them to a decision — and action!

So if you’re tired of presenting to a crowd of bored faces, or an audience staring at their phones . . . this course is for you!

You’ll learn a step-by-step framework to deliver powerful presentations that keep your audience excited and engaged.

See Dustin’s course on WealthFit.

The 100th Episode! Inside the Heads of Top Money-Makers, Investors, & Celebrity Entrepreneurs

Marking the 100th episode, host Dustin Mathews curates the best segments from all of the best shows here at Get WealthFit! Celebrating this MILEstone, he gathers great insights on money, investing, lifestyle, and entrepreneurship shared by the top money-makers, investors, and celebrity entrepreneurs in the span of 100 episodes.

Financial editor of NBC, Jean Chatzky, discusses the differences between how men and women are with money; The Money Couple, Scott and Bethany Palmer, shares the five money personalities; J.P. Servideo of the Future FortuneBuilders discusses helping kids with money; Ellen Long, a certified financial planner, teaches how to exit college debt-free; and best-selling author, Garrett Gunderson, talks about what to do with the cash you have.

Moving towards investing, Matt Wallace, metals expert, talks about making money with gold; Rich Dad Poor Dad advisor Andy Tanner dives into the fallacy of investing in 401(k), while the man behind Rich Dad Poor Dad himself, Robert Kiyosaki, rants about fake teachers and being wary of information. Real estate investor and philanthropist Frank McKinney, takes a unique approach on conducting business, and Mark and Steve of WealthFit discuss maximizing short-term rentals in Tampa.

From the financials, we go towards the highlights of the lifestyle section as Rob O’Neill, SEAL Team Six Leader, talks about overcoming adversity in everyday life; multiple time Olympic medal winner, Shannon Miller, shares how to have a gold medal mindset; Hugh Steward, a nuclear engineering degree holder, discusses the magic of high-quality questions; Fitness trainer, Tony Horton, sheds light on the cost of hustling; and J.J. Virgin talks about the biggest challenges to health.

Finally, we gather wisdom on entrepreneurship from the CEO of WealthFit, Andy Proper, who talks about the difference between having a virtual company and physical one; Than Merrill, former professional football player, shares the lessons from the NFL that could be applied to business; former rapper turned businessman Jesse Itzler advises on figuring out where to put your time and efforts; thirteen-year-old entrepreneur Alina Morse talks about time management; and Danica Patrick, the only woman to have led laps at both Daytona 500 and the Indy 500, reveals the secret to assembling a great team. Listen to learn some great wisdom that could help you create a life of abundance in time, money, and impact.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • The wisdom about money from Jean Chatzky, The Money Couple, J.P. Servideo, Ellen Long, and Garrett Gunderson (12:45)
  • Highlights from the talks on investing with Matt Wallace, Andy Tanner, Robert Kiyosaki, Frank McKinney, and Mark and Steve of WealthFit (40:30)
  • Great insights from the lifestyle section by Rob O’Neill, Shannon Miller, Hugh Steward, Tony Horton, and J.J. Virgin (1:09:47)
  • Lessons about entrepreneurship from Andy Proper, Than Merrill, Jesse Itzler, Alina Morse, and Danica Patrick (1:31:54)

Hear if for yourself at…
https://wealthfit.com/podcasts/get-wealthfit/the-100th-episode-inside-the-heads-of-top-money-makers-investors-and-celebrity-entrepreneurs/

Dustin Mathews, Chief Education Officer and Host & Producer of the Get WealthFit! show. Available on iTunes and http://www.getwealthfit.com

Dustin Mathews, Chief Education Officer and Host & Producer of the Get WealthFit! show. Available on iTunes and http://www.getwealthfit.com 

Chief Education Officer? Here’s What Dustin Is Up To…

Dustin Mathews is the Chief Wealth Evangelist at WealthFit & the host of the "Get WealthFit!" show

Flipping the tables, Dustin Mathews takes the hot seat on the “Get WealthFit!” show as he shares his own journey as an entrepreneur.

Listen to the in-depth interview here.

As a bestselling author, serial entrepreneur, and the Chief Education Officer at WealthFit, he gives a fascinating account on what led him to where he is now—recounting the people and things that inspired him.

He takes it way back to a time when he was into Rastafarianism, football, and selling on eBay. Moving towards the later parts of his story, he gives some great advice on how to know when you’re in the dip and when you should quit and move on from the business (even when you started it). He also offers amazing tips for public speaking, giving presentations, marketing, and building relationships.

You’ll want to hear this for yourself.

No More BS: Learn How to Trust Your Gut and Sell ANYTHING!

Does the thought of public speaking leave you shaking in your boots?

Whether you’re talking in front of a large audience, an intimate board room, or even a camera, don’t let your fear get in the way of your performance. Dustin Mathews, co-author of “No BS Guide to Powerful Presentations“, reveals five core components to craft a winning sales pitch.  Then, the self-professed Beyoncé of paleo, Mary Shenouda, has rocketed Phat Fudge to over one million dollars in sales in two short years. We find out how Mary single-handedly built her food empire by leveraging social media and trusting her gut, literally. Amanda Holmes, CEO of Chet Holmes International, joins host, Alan Taylor, as we discover the secrets to making an impact on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, restrictive algorithms and all.

  • [00:00:00] Overcoming a Fear of Public Speaking
  • [00:05:25] Choreograph Sales & Marketing Teams
  • [00:11:30] 5 Components of Winning Presentations
  • [00:18:21] From Zero to Hero: Phat Fudge Scales Up
  • [00:25:52] Leading with Compassion & Authenticity
  • [00:33:22] Trust Your Gut, Know When to Pivot

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