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5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
5 Ways to Close a Presentation
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5 Ways to Close a Presentation

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In our newest Slideshare presentation, we at Big Fish Presentations would love to share with our followers 5 ways to close your next presentation. …

In our newest Slideshare presentation, we at Big Fish Presentations would love to share with our followers 5 ways to close your next presentation.

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  • 1. ways to close A presentation
  • 2. so, the hard part’s over!
  • 3. It was smooth sailing throughout your entire presentation.
  • 4. They laughed at your jokes, stayed attentive, and even responded to your questions.
  • 5. Your speech is coming to an end, but what’s the perfect way to leave your audience thinking?
  • 6. 1. Challenge
  • 7. Convince your audience to take what you’ve told them and do it.
  • 8. Challenge them to make a difference or do something out of the ordinary. p oa S shampoo
  • 9. Use the power of your speech to inspire action in your audience. sh am o po ap So
  • 10. Dare them to take what they’ve learned in your speech and apply it to their lives.
  • 11. 2. Quote
  • 12. Find a quote that reiterates your point and gives that last push to understanding the meaning behind your presentation.
  • 13. After your quote, you can exit the stage with confidence,
  • 14. and leave the audience with a certain something to always remember.
  • 15. It may just become their new favorite quote!
  • 16. 3. Story
  • 17. 1st Story Pirates Take a story you started earlier on in your presentation and finish it at your close.
  • 18. Making a reference to an earlier part in your presentation will refresh the audience’s memory before their departure.
  • 19. Awill give the audiencestory success a sense of hopefulness and self-assurance to make their story a success as well.
  • 20. 4. Repetition
  • 21. 1. 2. 3. tell them what you’re going to tell them, tell them, then tell them what you just told them.
  • 22. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Repetition reaffirms your position on an argument and helps get the audience on your side.
  • 23. Captain Jack Jack, Jr Jack, III If you repeat what you’ve been saying throughout your presentation, the message will definitely get across.
  • 24. 5. The Big ask
  • 25. The best way to get a reaction out of your audience is to simply ask them to do something. DANCE!
  • 26. How will they know what you need if you never ask? z z z z
  • 27. Asking the audience A question at the end of your presentation will keep their minds spinning with questions of their own. ? ? ? ?
  • 28. One thing you don’t want to do is close your presentation without saying, “thank you”.
  • 29. A little appreciation can go a long way.
  • 30. If you remember to remain calm and be prepared, your presentation will Always be great.
  • 31. Subscribe to our blog for more awesome tips on presentations!

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