How to Present with More Stories and Less PowerPoint, with Dave Yewman
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In the past 10+ years Dave Yewman has coached CEOs, professional athletes, tech startup founders, engineers, creative designers and pretty much everyone in between. Dave Yewman is a strategic communications expert with more than 15 years of experience. A former newspaper reporter and columnist, he speaks regularly to about how to use clear, concise, compelling language as a strategic weapon when dealing with reporters, employees, sales prospects, shareholders, and consumers.

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How to Present with More Stories and Less PowerPoint, with Dave Yewman How to Present with More Stories and Less PowerPoint, with Dave Yewman Presentation Transcript

  • we help you discover smarter ways to think, grow, and live.
  • This presentation consists of 10 highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
  • Dave Yewman In the past 10+ years Dave Yewman has coached CEOs, professional athletes, tech startup founders, engineers, creative designers and pretty much everyone in between. Dave Yewman is a strategic communications expert with more than 15 years of experience. A former newspaper reporter and columnist, he speaks regularly to about how to use clear, concise, compelling language as a strategic weapon when dealing with reporters, employees, sales prospects, shareholders, and consumers. @Ohgettothepoint View slide
  • 1 Before stepping on stage, remember that the audience is there to see you, not to read your powerpoint. View slide
  • 2 Business jargon may showcase your brilliance, but it turns off your audience; opt for plain language instead.
  • 3 What’s better than a powerpoint? A compelling story that captures the essence of your message.
  • 3 What’s better than a powerpoint? A compelling story that captures the essence of your message.
  • 4 The first two minutes of your presentation is ‘cognitive hollowed ground.’ never leave your audience guessing about your intent.
  • 5 You purchase the mental real estate of your audience in 20 second chunks. leave no room for ambiguity in how you want them to think, act, and feel.
  • 6 Clarity trumps persuasion; enhance it by using analogies and metaphors.
  • 7 Specificity matters; you earn credibility by being concrete and transparent.
  • 8 Pay as much attention to the cadence of your speech as you do to the tone of your voice. a deliberate ‘pause’ will punctuate the meaning of an idea.
  • 9 Let your brand stand for the one thing that only you can do, not what differentiates you from your competitors.
  • 10 “Imagine” is the most elegant word in your arsenal. use it and invite your audience to dream.
  • REALLY REFLECT How do you describe to the world what it is that you do?
  • Connect WITH US! Tell us what you think Chase@33voices.com