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  • Analyze, Organize, Energize The Keys to a Powerful Presentation
  • What is a Good Speech?
      • Mercedes, 1975, 450SL, red, excel.
      • Cond. Low mi. $14,900/BO 555-1624.
      • It’s Concise
      • It’s Interesting to the Buyer
      • It Aims High
  • Analyze
    • To Whom are you Speaking?
      • Age
      • Gender
      • Occupation
      • Economic Status
      • Group Affiliation
      • Educational Background
  • Analyze
    • What Do They Know and Think About You and Your Topic?
      • Knowledge
      • Interest
      • Attitude
  • Analyze
    • When and Where Will You be Speaking?
      • Time
      • Place
      • Size
  • Organize
    • Rules of the Road
      • 50/50
      • PI2
  • Organize
    • Beginning – Make Your Point
      • Build interest and comfort
      • Tell them why you’re there (FLW) and why they should listen
  • Organize
    • Middle – Prove Your Point
      • Ethos
        • Character
        • Competence
        • Confidence
  • Organize
    • Middle – Prove Your Point
      • Pathos
        • Don’t overdo it
        • Stay positive
        • Balance with other appeals
  • Organize
    • Middle – Prove Your Point
      • Logos
        • Use facts and figures creatively, powerfully
        • Draw from sources your audience respects
        • Move from the general to the specific
  • Organize
    • Ending – Drive Your Point Home
      • Signal ending
      • Reemphasize key point (FLW)
      • End memorably
  • Energize
    • Staying Conversational: The Speaking Outline
      • Use what works for you
      • Keep it brief
      • Use key phrases or pictures
      • Practice, Practice, Practice
  • Energize
    • The Importance of Being Nervous
      • Be yourself and believe in yourself
      • Expect the unexpected
      • Remember, you’re the leader
  • Energize
    • The Nonverbal You
      • Body/Movement
      • Gestures
      • Eyes
      • Voice