• Do you give presentations yet know somehow that you could be doing it better?
  • As part of your work, do you need to motivate others?
  • Would you like to communicate more clearly?
  • Would it be useful to you to be more influential?
  • Could you use some support in effecting changes in your life?
  • Would you like to have more charisma?
  • Are you responsible for a team and want to develop team spirit/processes?
  • Do you ever need to work on a stand at a trade show?
  • Are you looking for a useful subject for a workshop for colleagues or clients?

If your answer to one or more of these questions is ‘yes’, then DavidDavid Bloch and Perfect Presentation are here to support you in achieving your goals.


I help you reach your targets.
I’ll make sure you can achieve your goals!


Tailor-made presentation training and personal coaching by the expert are a powerful solution!

‘What’s better today?’ by Dr. John Kenworthy

What a wonderful way to greet somebody, to open a conversation, to express interest, to create a bond, to show concern. Just those three words, a socially safe and acceptable way of saying “I love you” with interest but without commitment. In some sense, this question is the key theme to the success of the […]

Continue Reading 0
Adrenal (kl)

‘Adrenal Fatigue’ by James L. Wilson

Imagine: you feel tired, you’re constantly tired and you drag yourself through the day (with the help of caffeine). Your nights are broken and soundest sleep is between about 7 and 9 a.m. You have odd pains everywhere in your body (you may already have been told by a doctor that you have ‘fibromyalgia’, which […]

Continue Reading 0
Laserpen (kl)

Myth 21: A laser pen is one of the best ways of indicating what you’re talking about

Maybe you know those individuals – maybe you’re one yourself! – who just have to have anything and everything that’s new, innovative and revolutionary. They’re the ones who first bought CDs when they still cost a fortune, they’re the ones who bought the first tablets when they came out, and they bought the first clumsy […]

Continue Reading 0
Alex (kl)

‘Alex’s Adventures in Numberland’ by Alex Bellos

What? An easy to read book about maths? Yes – and the curious title, delightfully reminiscent of Lewis Carroll’s book about Alice, provides an instant insight into the playful approach to mathematics and the science of numbers that Bellos employs. The author… … is a journalist with a definite bent for numbers. For years he […]

Continue Reading 0
Boredom (kl)

Myth 20: You’re boring when you tell things your listeners already know

You’ll probably agree that it would rather strange to come away from a presentation without having learned anything new. Strange? Or does it happen every now and again? Let’s look more closer at what ‘boring’ means in this context. What makes a presentation ‘boring’, and what are the listeners’ needs? Two needs First of all […]

Continue Reading 2
Handen (kl)

Velcro elbows: the new standard in presenting

Imagine that you stick a strip of Velcro on the inside of your upper arm, from your armpit to your elbow, with the matching strip on the side of your chest. You then close your arms against your chest. An increasing number of speakers adopt this dysfunctional gesture. Oh, and before I forget, remember to […]

Continue Reading 0

Een site van WebZenz.