About Peter Watts

There is no more powerful method of persuasion than to be able to speak with confidence, with structure, and with passion.

Welcome to my blog.

Presenting can teach us so many things. It teaches the ability to assimilate information, it teaches logic, it teaches structure, it teaches persuasive communication skills, and above all, it teaches confidence.

Within The Presenters’ Blog you’ll find weekly articles that touch on all these areas, and many others beside. Do explore, and please feel free to leave comments. It would be great to hear from you.

About Me

Based in the United Kingdom, I’m a writer and presenter who loves training other presenters.

During the past 20 years I’ve had the pleasure of working with business people across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa to help them realize the ability to persuade through public speaking.

Whether you are an individual or company who would like to arrange coaching or training, or a training organization who would be interested in an Associate relationship, I’d be delighted to hear from you.

I’m also always very happy to contribute to interviews or articles, and if you are a fellow blogger looking to collaborate on any writing projects, please do get in touch!

Here’s how you can find me:

By e-mail: peter@peterwatts.org

On Twitter: @speak2all

Comments

  1. Peter!
    Great blog! Now that you’ve shown it to me, I’ll be a regular reader 🙂

    Cheers!
    Wheatley

  2. I love your site. Keep it up !

  3. Hi Peter,

    It would be good to get you along to this…

    http://uksgconference2011.eventbrite.com/

    Kind regards,

    Brian Jenner

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