What You'll Discover In This Episode:
- Who is Chris Widener and Why You Should Listen
- Tips You Can Use Today to Become a More Effective Presenter
- Plus much, much more.
Candid Conversation with Chris Widener
This is a great interview with Chris Widener.
In this candid conversation, Chris shares some great insights on how to improve your presentation skills.
Take notes and start applying these tips into your presentations, and watch your closing rates start to rise.
Here's Why You Want to Listen to Chris Widener
Chris Widener is widely recognized as one of the top speakers in the world today. He has spoken all over the world in places like Germany, Spain, Russia, China, Egypt, Singapore, Australia and of course, all over the United States and Canada. His clients are a “who’s who” of American businesses and organizations, including: General Electric, Cisco Systems, Microsoft and the Harvard Business School. Chris’ dynamic, practical and engaging speeches will have your audience laughing one minute and learning timeless truths of success the next.
Carrying The Legacy of Two Industry Legends
Chris was hand selected by two of the legends of the speaking world to work with them and he now carries on their legacy. Jim Rohn, one of the most successful speakers of the last 50 years, and also known for being Tony Robbins first mentor, made Chris his last protege.
Chris and Jim co-authored the Jim Rohn One Year Success Plan as well as Jim’s last book, The Twelve Pillars, which has become an international best-seller. Zig Ziglar, considered to be the greatest motivational speaker of the 20th Century, personally chose Chris to co-host his television show, True Performance.
Chris’ two books, The Angel Inside, and The Art of Influence are the only two fiction books Zig Ziglar endorsed in his entire life. Along with co-hosting True Performance, Chris also hosted his own show, Made for Success, where he interviewed some of the top business achievers and thought leaders of our time.
In this episode #97, It's about… “Candid Conversation with Chris Widener“.
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