Las Vegas resident and nationally recognized speaker releases new book

LAS VEGAS  – Dan Lier, an internationally recognized speaker, author and human behavior expert, announced he is releasing his third book, “Present BETTER than Steve Jobs – Secrets to a Perfect Presentation.”

The book offers a straight-forward guide to increasing public speaking and presentation skills. Lier, a Las Vegas resident, is one of the most sought-after speakers in the genre of success and achievement.

In “Present BETTER than Steve Jobs – Secrets to a Perfect Presentation,” Lier shares industry secrets to a perfect presentation, complete with specific examples, scripts and bonus links to instructional videos. His book is built on his experience as a paid corporate speaker performing more than 3,500 customized corporate talks in more than 30 countries.

“Lack of public-speaking or presentation skills can hold back career advancement and achievement in any field, and this book will give up-and-coming professionals the foundation to build their skill sets and confidence,” Lier said.  “I encourage anyone striving to advance professionally to follow this simple guide.”

Corporations, individuals and political parties that have engaged in Lier’s Presentation Training programs have rated them as invaluable for anyone in a leadership or sales position.

About Dan Lier

Dan Lier is an internationally recognized speaker, author and human behavior expert specializing in custom motivational keynote presentations and training programs to increase productivity.  A former top gun with Tony Robbins, Lier performs Presentation Training for companies around the globe, along with regular appearances on HSN.  His work has been covered by the Today Show and Inside Edition. He also has been a guest on the Howard Stern Show and the O’Reilly Factor.

Clients include BMW, Siemens, Sprint, Wells Fargo, Cybex International, Bally Technologies, Westin Properties, TDS Communications, MetLife and the U.S. Army.

To learn more about Lier, visit www.DanLier.com or e-mail contact@DanLier.com.