Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs

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I developed this presentation on Steve Jobs' presentation secrets for my pupils. I agree absolutely with him… presentation is an art form.

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Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs

  1. 1. The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs How to Be Insanely Great in Front of Any Audience. By Marina Wilde
  2. 2. Steve Jobs is the co-founder of Apple and the world‘s most inspriring presenter. What can we learn from him?
  3. 3. How to tell a story, to paint a picture, and share a vision.
  4. 4. Before you open your software think and sketch.
  5. 5. Do you have a story to tell?
  6. 6. Stick to the rule of three. For example: The 10 - 20 - 30 - Rule 10 slides, 20 minutes, 30 point fontsize.
  7. 7. DRAW A ROADMAP. WHERE DO YOU WANT TO TAKE YOUR AUDIENCE?
  8. 8. Focus on benefits Foto: www.businesstobuttons.com
  9. 9. Create visual slides! Avoid bullet points, use text and images, one image speaks a volume.
  10. 10. Foto: www.ffffound.com
  11. 11. Create Twitter-friendly headlines
  12. 12. The World‘s Thinnest Notebook Foto: www.images.businesweek.com
  13. 13. Introduce the antagonist Foto: www.images.ffffound.com
  14. 14. Make numbers meaningful Foto: www.350.org
  15. 15. Use a simple language
  16. 16. Foto: www.ffffound.com
  17. 17. Obey the 10 minute rule. Make breaks. Foto: www.ffffound.com
  18. 18. Use props
  19. 19. Share the stage Foto: www.images.businessweek.com
  20. 20. Practice a lot Foto: www.ffffound.com
  21. 21. One more thing … have fun Foto: www.davidlachapelle.com
  22. 22. Content www.carminegallo.com www.blog.guykawasaki.com www.images.businessweek.com www.businesstobuttons.com www.duarte.com www.ffffound.com www.350.org www.workloveplaytoday.blogspot.com
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