The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs

The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs

Authors: Carmine Gallo,

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How did Steve Jobs communicate with his audience in such a way that his name is more popular than most presidents’ names? Carmine Gallo, a communication-skills coach, breaks down Jobs’ presentation skills into strategies and put it together comprehensively for you. With these tactics, you are sure to deliver your best presentations yet.

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