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Rock Your Presentations like Steve Jobs

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  • 1. How to Rock your Presentations like Steve Jobs
  • 2. « No matter the stretch of our reason, beyond lies a lot more to surprise us » Théodore Roszak – American History teacher
  • 3. You don’t say things, you sell your idea Act as a true salesperson & carefully choose your communication style to express your words.
  • 4. Every presentation is a new story Everybody likes stories. Imply someone you care about in it. Put images on your words. Pick a funny fact or a personal anecdote. Question your audience.
  • 5. Individualize your show Scan your audience; make them feel like your unique viewer. « Hypnotize & meet » each spectator.
  • 6. Quote famous/influential people Make your speech credible with verified & approved content
  • 7. Make sure you get on stage relaxed Work on your respiration, meditate, learn to improvise, work out, dance or practice your techniques. Get an object to relieve stress & guide your audience: pen, glasses or else
  • 8. Master your body language Get yourself on tape or someone to assess you & work on your unconscious gestures & bad habits. You don’t want to look static, neither hyperactive. Keep your heap up, back straight & use your hands.
  • 9. Occupy the whole space Get to know the place & objects around you beforehand; the scene must be yours
  • 10. Take your time Watch your rhythm & tone of voice. The audience is here to listen & learn from you. Make short breaks & silences. Be convincing.
  • 11. Keep it up along the way Your show must be punchy. Interact with someone, add a video, tell a story, show a case study, etc. Adapt your speech to your audience.
  • 12. Be the star Don’t let your slideshow steal you the show
  • 13. Get inspired Look at political speeches, TV hosts, TED speakers, movies’ main characters or industries’ best presentations
  • 14. Bring originality Work on your intro & transitions. Male people smile & intrigued.
  • 15. Jérémie Lorrain Co-Founder of nail art company Úñica. French, Fashionista, Blogger, Entrepreneur, Businessman, Model, Salesperson, Ambitious, Open-minded, People and Opportunity-Oriented. Share your impressions, comments & secrets: jeremie.lorrain@gmail.com