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This presentation is based on my 25 years of personal experience as a presenter and technical trainer and two books I recently discovered by Garr Reynolds (Presentation Zen and The Naked Presenter). ...

This presentation is based on my 25 years of personal experience as a presenter and technical trainer and two books I recently discovered by Garr Reynolds (Presentation Zen and The Naked Presenter). It shows how your attention makes or breaks your show and how you can improve your ability to master your attention and be your true self while you are up on that stage.

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  • Presence is the key to good presentations. You are here and you bring the audience here. No distractions, no effort, no stress, just a smooth flow.

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  • presentHow to give effective presentations
  • Who is talking ? Jang F.M. Graat
  • The art of Presenting What makes a presenter effective ?
  • your goalgetting your message across
  • Your nightmarepresenting can be a real challenge
  • AttentionHow does it work ?
  • What is it ?• at•ten•tion, n. 1. the act or faculty of attending, esp. by directing the mind to an object. 2. Psychol. a. a concentration of the mind on a single object or thought, esp. one preferentially selected from a complex, with a view to limiting or clarifying receptivity by narrowing the range of stimuli. b. a state of consciousness characterized by such concentration. c. a capacity to maintain selective or sustained concentration.• [Webster’s Encyclopedic Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language, 1996 edition.]
  • Ad-tenderereaching out for something
  • Outwarddirecting the mind to an object
  • Specificfocus on one particular object
  • Inwardnot only aimed at physical objects
  • Distractionyour attention gets caught by something
  • Attractionsome ‘objects’ strongly attract attention
  • Using attention misguiding your attention
  • Restless mindsattention behaves like a young puppy
  • Out of controlyour attention is running away with you
  • Focusingdeliberately directing attention
  • Concentrationsummoning all your attention
  • Tunnel visiononly perceiving what is in the focal point
  • PresenceControlling attention
  • Practiceuntil everything becomes natural
  • Lose the mindtrust your intuition and skills
  • become focusedput all your attention on the goal
  • focal pointmakes objects bigger, more colorful
  • You decidewhere is your focus ?
  • stay focusedlose your focus and you’ll lose the audience
  • Go with the flow enjoy the ride
  • Be realthe audience can only relate to real persons
  • your storymake it personal
  • “People will forget whatyou said, people will forget what you did, but peoplewill never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou Engage show and share your passion
  • Presenceyou and me, here and now
  • Presentsomething to take home
  • Questions ? jang@jang.nl