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Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
Presentation training   may the force be with you
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Presentation training may the force be with you

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  • 1. Telling the story of the greatest story ever told
  • 2. Presentations are about story telling
  • 3. Heroes
  • 4. Villains
  • 5. Cool, cool characters
  • 6. Narrative, tone, pace and salience
  • 7. Start with the promise of a great story
  • 8. A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away
  • 9. Keep the story simple
  • 10. Evil Empire rules the galaxy. Rebels fight them. Princess Leia is kidnapped by Darth Vader. Farm boy called Luke Skywalker joins rebels. Luke meets two droids, C-3PO and R-2D2, who lead him to Obi-Wan Kenobi. They hire smuggler Han Solo and Wookie sidekick, Chewbacca and set out to rescue the Princess. Luke's journey to becoming a Jedi Knight begins, just like his supposedly murdered father, Anakin Skywalker.
  • 11. Create chapters that hold the presentation together and move us to the next scene
  • 12. End scenes by concluding or teasing what could happen next
  • 13. Get the basics right
  • 14. Never tell them what you are going to tell them
  • 15. Orphaned son... Life of drudgery and exile... Called to adventure by a herald... Encounters a protective figure, who supplies the amulets and advice... Enters the adult world.
  • 16. Find a twist
  • 17. Talk with, don’t present at
  • 18. Never add more than is needed
  • 19. Don’t rely on technology
  • 20. Look good
  • 21. Look really good
  • 22. and most importantly
  • 23. Have a single, poignant, memorable, and brilliantly delivered moment that will never be forgotten
  • 24. You can’t practice presentations
  • 25. Do or do not, there is no try
  • 26. May the force be with you

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