How A 19 Year Old College Dropout Created A 350K Presentation Design Company | Kenny Nguyen of BigFish Presentations
Kenny Nguyen dropped out of college to create a presentation design and consulting company so he doesn’t have to sit through another boring presentation again. He shares his inspiring entrepreneurial story and tips on creating great presentations.
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Things You Will Learn In This Interview
There are many interesting lessons in this interview. Kenny Nguyen was still a student when he started helping out people create good presentations. Even at a small scale he was getting traction. His dad gave him a great advice – “Business is about identifying a pursuing good opportunities“. This was a good opportunity so Kenny dropped out and started growing this business. Kenny and his team has grown the revenues for the last 3 years and are currently at 350K range.
In regards creating and delivering memorable presentations, Kenny shares that entrepreneurs need to be able to share their stories in their own words and not rely too much on powerpoint presentations. It is the emotional impact that matters. You have to start off with asking yourself the question WHY? Share a personal story. What is the problem that you faced and what is the solution that you have come up with to solve that problem. End with an emotional impact as well.
Kenny also shares that the reason for his success in growing the revenues year by year is his relentless FOCUS on the few things that matter the most.[click to continue...]
How small shifts in your mindset can change how you sell and perceive rejection.
Mike McMahon is a sales professional with more than 30 years experience and has personally
closed more than 12,000 sales.
He uses his extensive experience to teach what he calls “healthy selling” which is about teaching people how to sell without having the need to close by applying pressure or stress. He can be found at http://healthysellingsystem.com/ and on Facebook page.
Mike is also featured in Joel Comm’s recent book So, What Do You Do?
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Click to Tweet>>>> You need to be able to describe your prospects pain better than they can.
Click to Tweet>>>> The difference between influence and manipulation is Intent.