Presentation Masters Choice to inspire you with Video

Nienke van Bezooijen traveled all over the world to be trained by the top Masters in Training, Voice Mastery and Speaking-skills.
As international TEDx Speaker-coach she likes to inspire others by TED-talks and articles that might be interesting for you too.
Amy Cuddy has one of the best TEDtalks about body language.  Presentation Master uses the Speaker Success Circle  in coaching and masterclasses. 70% in how you come across is how your body speaks to the audience, you better do it with confidence!

Royal level of Speaking: Princess Mabel

Amy Cuddy has one of the best TEDtalks about body language. Presentation Master uses the Speaker Success Circle in coaching and masterclasses. 70% in how you come across is how your body speaks to the audience, you better do it with confidence!

Alan Pease is great in how you can use hands with power. In his talk he can improve by speaking a bit slower but his dynamics are great and what he is talking about shows off if you use this with power and reason!

Meryl Streep is one of my favorite Actresses. Acting has a lot in common with public speaking. It makes you aware about your voice and the impression you want to give to your audience. As masters choice I have two items of her. One as Meryl, herself and one as Meryl the Actress.

Margaret Thatcher

You better start young with speaking with power and influence. My example for that is Kid president in the US!

Kid President for teachers

Another young brave soul has stolen my heart. Malala, winner of the Nobel peace price 2014. At the age of 17 she speaks to the world.
As Presentation-master expands we will provide children all over the world to help them with a voice worth keeping attention too. Not because they are young but because there are to many of us so called “adults”who don’t listen to the wisdom of kids!

Another young girl spoke at the national memorial for the victims of the MH17 disaster of 2014. Gita Wiegel what a great power! This speech is in Dutch.She moved a whole country and brought the King Willem Alexander to tears!

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