Nathan Gold

Keynote Speaker and Presentation Coach

 
 
 

Alternative Data Conference 18

Below, are the links to the information I covered with you in our webinar. I have also placed direct links to the videos mentioned on this page for you to save you time searching for them online. If you have any questions or need to contact me, please reach out to me at nathan@democoach.com or call me at +1.510.579.8530.



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6 Signals

Ed Wohlmuth wrote the Overnight Guide to Public Speaking in 1983, which led me to use one of his techniques in every single presentation I have delivered since. When you use these 6 Signals with your audiences, you will have an unfair advantage over other presenters who don't:

  1. I will not waste your time
  2. I know who you are
  3. I am well organized
  4. I know my subject
  5. Here is my most important point
  6. I am finished

Compelling Opening Techniques


Value Propositions

To create a simple and easy one sentence Value Proposition, this is the suggested format from Steve Blank, grandfather of the Lean Startup Methodology:

We help X do Y by doing Z where X = who, Y = what, and Z = how

Be sure and replace "help" with a word or words that describe you such as increase, decrease, improve, enable, disable, etc. Also, remember to create a Value Proposition Matrix to see all of the value you provide and keep it up to date.

Some investors are asking to begin the value proposition with an indication of whether you are a mobile app, an enterprise app, a platform, IoT device, or what before you deliver the Value Proposition.


SAME

Whenever you have something that is complex, confusing, a little boring, or "sounds like..." you can easily stand out in the mind of your audience by using SAME:

S = Simile, A is like B

A = Analogy, A is to B as C is to D

M = Metaphor, A is B

E = Examples, such as A, B, and C


Simon Sinek's The Golden Circle

  1. Why = Purpose: What is your cause? What do you believe?
  2. How = Process: Specific actions taken to realize the why.
  3. What = Result: What do you do? The results of why. Proof!

After you watch the video, be sure and check out his book, Start with Why. It will give you a lot more detail behind what you hear in the video. The book will give you deeper insights into Why starting with your Why is so vitally important to standing out in the mind of your audience, especially investors.


Storytelling in Business


Mastering Q&A

This is the video I mentioned related to media training and how to handle questions on your feet. In addition to this video, there is a list of 40 questions that investors like to ask here.


If you have any questions or comments for me, please reach out to me here. Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to work with me. I hope you found the session full of solid nourishment and not empty calories.