Kindle Ebook version
Kindle Ebook version.
Get Good At Presenting: The no-nonsense guide to authentic and engaging public speaking
Lee’s new 2018 book has 25 years of speaking experience inside!
It’s an accessible guide to public speaking for everyone who wants to engage audiences for profit, for fun or to make a difference.
“This is not merely a gem: it’s a game changer.”
Graham Davies Bestselling Author of “The Presentation Coach
“…from preparation to delivery, handling questions, to getting feedback and
handling anxiety. In his characteristic no-nonsense style, Lee gives
you everything you need to make your next speech a masterpiece. I
highly recommend this book.”
Graeme Codrington, Futurist, Author and Professional Speaker
“Read this book and you will get good, guaranteed. It does what it says on the tin…except it’s a book.”
John Archer, Top Comedy Magician and Two Time BAFTA Award Winner
“Whether you feel like you are just starting out as a speaker in business or you have been at it for years I recommend you read this book to help you raise your game and advance your career!”
Matt Bird, International Speaker & Founder of Relationology
“When it comes to presenting Lee Jackson has been there, done that and got the t-shirt. Which is why this book is invaluable. It’s written by someone with both expertise and experience and that’s what makes it one of the best you’ll read on the subject.”
Paul McGee – International speaker and bestselling author of SUMO (Shut Up, Move On) and Self Confidence
“Lee has provided here an honest and simple way to be more engaging and funny while speaking up front. Lee knows his stuff and here he’s upfront about how to excel up front. Learn from the master!”
Paul Kerensa – Comedian/Writer (BBC’s Miranda, Top Gear)
About the author
Lee Jackson is a Motivational Speaker and Presentation Coach. He was also the 2017 President of the Professional Speaking Association in the UK & Ireland. He has written 12 books including ‘Powerpoint Surgery’. His website is leejackson.biz and twitter @leejackson