One week ago, I attended the webinar conducted by Peng Joon. For those who don’t know who is Peng Joon. Let me share some interesting facts about him.
Peng Joon is a handsome dude from Malaysia and made millions of dollar for Success Resources, one of the leaders in Seminar and Education Industry in the world.
Of course, in the process, he also made lots of money.
Peng Joon started off from selling gaming ebooks which helped him secured his status as a top internet marketing expert.
If you had been to his previews or webinars, you probably will hear his same story over and over again.
To a point that it may be irritating to you if you heard it many times.
But that is where his Proven Presentation formula comes in.
By sharing his story, it is actually part of formula to make him closer to you. He may be very successful now but he started off similar to anyone else and isn’t any more special than you.
Before I proceed, I want to clarify that the presentation that I am talking about is not the usual school presentation, or business meeting presentation.
This presentation can come in many forms. It can be a written sales letter, video presentation, webinar and many more.
He shared 3 Secrets of Proven Presentations.
First, you need to understand what is the main objective of your presentations.
Most of the time, the objective is to “sell” something, an idea, a service or a product.
Hence, the success of the presentation depends on “sales”.
In the webinar, he shared various essentials tips on engagement, storytelling and close.
He also shared how the flow of the presentation should be and the content so that it can help to increase the conversion.
During the webinar, he brought up two key points which struck me.
The truth is that these people usually will never buy from you after you had given them everything that you got.
It just don’t happen.
Peng Joon revealed something that instead of trying to give them the best content, instead inspired and motivated them so that they would buy from you.
Hence, this comes to the second key point that he taught me.
Make it your moral obligation to get them to invest in your main product or service which can help them and change their lives for the better.
The truth is that if an expert is willing to transfer his skills and knowledge to you, he probably cannot do it within a few hours or a day. There is no shortcut.
Hence, getting them to invest their time and money with the expert is a much more logical and economical sense.
As mentioned earlier, Peng Joon did not conduct this webinar for free either. He was promoting his latest product: “Proven Presentations”.
You may want to contact him on Facebook directly for more information if you are interested.
Hope you have a great week ahead.
DISCLAIMER: The screenshots shared on this blog post belongs to Peng Joon.