PPTPOP is the place where you learn how to make presentations and pitches that persuade and close more deals.
I’m Clemence Lepers.
When I was a kid, I looked like this:
Today, I look slightly different but I still like wild mushrooms (and lobster rolls).
I’ve got a ton of content here – articles, books and courses, all aimed at giving you the knowledge to turn your words, pitches and presentations into powerful weapons of persuasion that get you more of what you want.
And also aimed at helping you growing professionally and personally.
You don’t have the time to read it all at once, so it might be helpful to only read blog posts that match your goals.
Write a sales email that gets answered (An infographic and a solid set of strategies, scripts and examples to write a pitch email that 10x you response rates). Forget about these lame prospecting sales tips.
And because it’s hard, requires time and commitment, they get incredible results most people will never get.
When you want to learn something new and get out of your comfort zone, you have two choices:
1) Learn how to do it yourself
2) Hire the best experts to show you the way (read books, attend conferences, meetups or take trainings and online courses)
Solid online courses
I think you’ll agree with me when I say:
There are a lot of options out there and that’s not always a good thing.
How are we supposed to know what’s good for us?
That’s why I have created a solid guide of the best presentation skills training courses available online. These courses will help you improve your presentation skills, and most importantly, get the results you’re after.
A book about how to build a solid business model (business model = create value + make money out of it)
What you’ll learn:
The core components of business models. Various business model patterns explained, with case studies of actual companies (Google, Apple, Skype, etc).
A take-you-by-the-hand process for you to actually design your own business model, with techniques you can use on the spot. Use them at the office, in a workshop, or with your partners.
How to challenge your existing model, and examine deeply the environment in which it functions (I’ve summarized this awesome framework in this post right here).
Get this book is you want to build a business or challenge your existing one (e.g. identify new ways of generating income, changing your organization, redefining your value proposition and offer…).
If this is something that interests you, then you might to start with reading this step-by-step case study. It basically show you how Airbnb’s business model works, step-by-step — on the basis of the blueprint provided in the book.