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The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: How to Be Insanely Great in Front of Any Audience The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: How to Be Insanely Great in Front of Any Audience

by Carmine Gallo

Book Reviews

"Be forewarned -- if you pick up this book, your presentations will never be the same again."
--Martin Lindstrom, bestselling author of Buyology

"The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs reveals the operating system behind any great presentation and provides you with a quick-start guide to design your own passionate interfaces with your audiences."
--Cliff Atkinson, author of Beyond Bullet Points and The Activist Audience

"No other leader captures an audience like Steve Jobs does and, like no other book, The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs captures the formula Steve uses to enthrall audiences."
--Rob Enderle, The Enderle Group

"Now you can learn from the best there is -- both Jobs and Gallo. No matter whether you are a novice presenter or a professional speaker like me, you will read and reread this book with the same enthusiasm that people bring to their iPods."
--David Meerman Scott, bestselling author of The New Rules of Marketing & PR and World Wide Rave

Online Reviews

"If you ever have to give another speech, read The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: How to Be Insanely Great in Front of Any Audience. The advice is very thorough and very well worth it; better than a speaking coach."
--StockerBlog 

"If you're an Apple fan, and you've tried to emulate Jobs in your business life, this is a great read, as it also serves as a trip down memory lane to great moments in Apple Keynote history."
--Digital Lifestyle.tv

"It's a clear, concise book for folks who want to do more than keep audiences awake during their presentations. And even if you aren’t announcing the App store's 1-billionth download, you can make your content engaging."
--Jobacle 

"Gallo's book follows many of the 'Jobsian' presentation mantras he preaches. Like a Steve Jobs keynote, the book is simple to read and provides an easy-to-follow roadmap for a reference-minded reader. The one thing that most readers will walk away with is that Steve Jobs's on-stage presence evinces a style similar to that of Apple's products when they're on the stage of the showroom floor or marketed on Apple's website. As a result, as much as it serves as a Steve Jobs presentation guidebook, 'The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs' in many ways is a Steve Jobs biography."
--TUAW 

"If you want to learn how to sell your work (and yourself) better, and make yourself more valuable to your company, I recommend The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs. Because doing great ads won't help if you can't sell them convincingly."
--AdPulp 

"The next time you step up to deliver a presentation, if you apply even just three of these tips you’ll be ahead of the game. If you use everything you learn in The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs, you’ll likely even be invited back."
--Blog Critics 

"The book is very organized and it is easy to follow the topics that are presented. There are numerous examples from Steve's presentations to illustrate the points being introduced. The most important thing you can take away from this book is the concept of demanding excellence. You must set the bar very high and demand that others strive to reach your level."
--Reading With Mo (Blog)