Learn to become a great public speaker and master the art of presentation for $10

Learn to become a great public speaker and master the art of presentation for $10

Looking back through history, many presidents have been great orators. Perhaps their knack for public speaking was what propelled them to office.


Most of us will never have such an opportunity. But public speaking skills are important in many other walks of life. If you would like to become a better orator, the Complete Presentation and Public Speaking Course provides 16 hours of essential training. Normally priced at $200, the course is now only $10.99 at the AlterNet Store.

Speaking in front of people comes naturally to some. However, even the likes of JFK and Barack Obama had to learn what to say, and how to say it. This course breaks down speech making from ideation to presentation.

Through engaging video lessons, you discover how to structure your script and adapt the language for your audience. You learn how to design compelling slides and deliver your speech with confidence.

Along with the video tutorials, the course comes with 50 template slides and 25 speech guides. Whether you need to deliver a TED talk or a simple sales pitch, this training can help you excel.

The training is worth $200, but you can get lifetime access now for $10.99 with a certificate included upon completion.

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