I was told not to make my presentation any longer than 20 or 30 minutes in order to keep my audience captivated.
Our 2015-6 guests at the Eden Cooking School shared that weight loss was a major concern for almost all of them. When I shared that I had a weight loss presentation available on the web, our guests wanted to know if I could present it to them at the next Eden Cooking School session in Toronto.
I told our guests that the presentation itself would take at least one hour, maybe more if they had questions, comments and interjections.
Our guests said fine, they wanted to sit through the entire presentation.
So the next session began. When it came time for the presentation I asked the guests again if they did not want a shortened version. They said no. I began the full presentation.
I could tell from the questions and comments that our guests were listening intently. The presentation lasted more than one hour. Other than the questions, answers and comments, the room was so quiet that you could have heard the proverbial pin drop.
At the end of the presentation, one of our guests jumped out of her seat, ran towards me and gave me a huge bear hug, thanking me for herself and all of the other guests.
We continued with the demonstrations and the sampling. Many of our guests have said that they refer to the presentation again and again. What a privilege it is to be a blessing in this way. If you want to view the powerpoint, go to http://www.LitigateToWin.ca/health guides and choose Weight Loss tips and traps. You can view it online or download it as a pdf.
When will I ever get the time to update that powerpoint with the further information that I now have?