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ways to close A

presentation
so, the hard part’s

over!
It was smooth sailing
throughout your entire
presentation.
They laughed
at your jokes,
stayed attentive,
and even responded
to your questions.
Your speech is coming to an end, but what’s
the perfect way to leave your audience

thinking?
1.

Challenge
Convince

your audience to take what
you’ve told them and do it.
Challenge
them to make a difference or
do something out of
the ordinary.
p
oa
S
shampoo
Use the power of your speech
to inspire action in
your audience.

sh

am

o
po

ap
So
Dare them

to take what they’ve
learned in your speech
and apply it to their lives.
2.

Quote
Find a quote that reiterates
your point and gives that
last push to understanding
the meaning behind your
presentation.
After your quote, you
can exit the stage with

confidence,
and leave the
audience with a certain
something to always

remember.
It may just become their
new favorite quote!
3.

Story
1st Story

Pirates

Take a story
you started earlier on in your
presentation and finish
it at your close.
Making a reference to an earlier part in your
presentation will refresh the audience’s memory
before their departure.
Awill give the audiencestory
success a sense of
hopefulness and self-assurance to
make their story a success as well.
4.

Repetition
1.

2.

3.

tell them
what you’re going to tell them,
tell them, then tell them what
you just told them.
Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Repetition

reaffirms your position
on an argument and helps
get the audience on your side.
Captain Jack

Jack, Jr

Jack, III

If you repeat what you’ve been saying
throughout your presentation,
the message will de...
5.

The Big ask
The best way to get a reaction out of
your audience is to simply ask them to

do something.
DANCE!
How will they know what you need

if you never ask?
z
z

z

z
Asking the audience

A question at the end of your presentation will
keep their minds spinning with questions of their own...
One thing you don’t want to do is close
your presentation without saying,

“thank you”.
A little appreciation can go a long way.
If you remember to remain calm and
be prepared, your presentation will

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