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11 Things To NEVER Say In A Presentation by @XCamilleWong

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Inspired by Jeff Haden’s Article: “11 PHRASES GREAT SPEAKERS NEVER SAY” Here are 11 valuable tips for your next presentation on what not to say! Enjoy!

Inspired by Jeff Haden’s Article: “11 PHRASES GREAT SPEAKERS NEVER SAY” Here are 11 valuable tips for your next presentation on what not to say! Enjoy!

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    11 Things To NEVER Say In A Presentation by @XCamilleWong 11 Things To NEVER Say In A Presentation by @XCamilleWong Presentation Transcript

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    • Your audience DOES want an excuse, NOT
    • They just want you to GIVE IT YOUR BEST!
    • LET SHUT yo “ ”PHO LAP TAB ur TOP, NE, OFF
    • NOT DEMANDING your audiences’ attention does work.
    • Make sure that your talk is so ENGAGING that people won’t want to MISS A SECOND OF IT. &EXCITING
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    • WRITING THINGS DOWN For a lot of people, MEMORIZING what you just said. is an easy way of
    • presentation. to do THEY WANT EVER Allow people WHAT in your that helps THEM!
    • I’ll keep it SHORT.“ ”
    • The Audience if it is DOESN’T CARE SHORT OR NOT.
    • INVESTED THEIR TIME and want to be & INSPIRED into you, They have already INFORMED.
    • LOT have get started. TOA “ ” COVER so let’s I
    • When the audience hears this, they know that your focus is in the WRONG PLACE-
    • & expect to be BORED.
    • because the lights I CAN’T are SEE YOU“ ”too bright.
    • Even if it is DIFFICULT to see your audience, about it. THEY DON’T HAVE TO KNOW
    • SMILE OFTEN Just & act like you can see.
    • If you need to count hands or answer questions, talk to the lighting people in advance
    • Can you RE this? “ ” AD
    • 2X THE MEDIUM AGE The common rule is to make the font size of the audience.
    • READ me LOUD for “ ” Let THIS OUT you.
    • NEVER ADD SO MUCH TEXT on your slides that people will need to to you to read it. STOP LISTENING
    • TER. thatback “ ” getI’ll to LA
    • DON’T DELAY ANYTHING- If someone in the audience is eager to learn & brave enough to ask a question,
    • TAKE THAT OPPORTUNITY.
    • that Let me RIGHT “ ” answer question AWAY!
    • REPEAT what was asked so the rest of the audience can HEAR IT. Before answering their question,
    • to come up with a This also gives you a little EXTRA TIME GREAT ANSWER!
    • slides! WHAT? TIME? “ ” I’M OUT OF But I have 23 more
    • To make sure your presentation fits in the allotted time slot, PRACTICE AS MUCH AS YOU CAN!
    • If you end your presentation early, you can invite them to coffee or to talk one on one.
    • While these may all seem like little things they communicate a lot about us as a presenter.
    • & So COME PREPARED, BE YOURSELF, BE PROFESSIONAL.
    • GOOD LUCK! Created by: Camille
    • Inspired by Jeff Haden’s Article: “11 PHRASES GREAT SPEAKERS NEVER SAY”
    • For more tips on presenting, check these out: