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Presenter's Checklist for Success! Wether you are a new speaker or a seasoned one, these 12 Items is a must to check off before your next presentation. Created by: Camille Wong of @empoweredpres

Presenter's Checklist for Success! Wether you are a new speaker or a seasoned one, these 12 Items is a must to check off before your next presentation. Created by: Camille Wong of @empoweredpres

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  • 1. klist Chec nter’s Prese For SS CCE SU
  • 2. Think of the last great presentation you experienced.
  • 3. ade it so hat m W ful? uccess s
  • 4. create a want to If you rful, powe asive persu tation, presen
  • 5. Take a look at this list of tried & true tips every skilled presenter uses.
  • 6. nk in Thi 3’s
  • 7. nited States At the 2012 U l Convention, cratic Nationa Demo First Lady lle Obama Miche told a story-
  • 8. with a great beginning, iddle m nd. nd e a
  • 9. In her tale of personal struggle, she infused little anecdotes,
  • 10. inor details and m that many icans could Amer late to. re
  • 11. our ow y Kn well tent con
  • 12. Frederick Douglass was an influential author and orator in the Abolitionist M ovement in the United States.
  • 13. , wrote and onstantly read He c g himself in rned, immersin lea religious and hriving black t ommunities. activist c
  • 14. By thoroughly researching your material,
  • 15. ill feel more you w ortable comf nfident & co resenting it. p
  • 16. ach, Te ther ra sell han t
  • 17. eader of the L Indian ndependence I Movement, Mahatma Gandhi,
  • 18. was a humble and authentic orator, who spoke from the heart.
  • 19. He proved that you don’t have o be loud to t be heard-
  • 20. you just have to find a message that is meaningful to you and stick to it.
  • 21. with Open ivity reat c
  • 22. Actress Tilda Swinton delivered a unique speech at the opening of an art exhibit dedicated to her friend, David Bowie.
  • 23. as framed as Her speech w ter to him, a personal let engagingn the i minded fans likete manner. ce in a intima audien
  • 24. The first 60-90 seconds are critical-
  • 25. for i gettdng an g intaininon. ma ti udience atten a
  • 26. So how do you know what grabs them? really
  • 27. stand nder U dience r au you ants ds & w nee
  • 28. The late great South African revolutionary Nelson Mandela spoke to many different audiences.
  • 29. He was able to make his m essage connect to each audience b y his customizing words,
  • 30. what was To match portant im o them. t
  • 31. Remember: It is always about the audience, never a bout you.
  • 32. your ead R ience aud
  • 33. Media personality and philanthropist, Oprah Winfrey is known for inspiring people through her words.
  • 34. values dience, au can tell she You her
  • 35. expresses as she herself honestly
  • 36. and uses a tforwwordds h straig r ces and clear senten everyone can that understand.
  • 37. peak S arly Cle
  • 38. r Kintal JsRe.ech: he eng p t artin vLeuhe monum M t hts Leader, erican Civil Rig 63, African-Am In 19 ga
  • 39. “I Have A Dream”
  • 40. ng message livered a movi He de and o action, call t
  • 41. with confidence and conviction.
  • 42. our ind y M body age ngu la
  • 43. the USA CEO, Girl Scouts of a Maria Ann Chavez
  • 44. led an innovative campaig n that revitalized the century old institution.
  • 45. She used estures open g r enthusiasm to convey he
  • 46. and brought lots of energy! which in turn energized her audience.
  • 47. Pace rself you
  • 48. Former First Lady of Argen tina Evita Peron spoke to crowds of adoring people calling ou t her name.
  • 49. She incorporated climactic pauses to lend drama to her final points,
  • 50. her and her also giving udience time to a reflect. ink and th
  • 51. re an als a Visu ent, ncem enha rutch tac no
  • 52. first American was the o into space. woman to g lly Ride Sa
  • 53. When she started teaching , one of her most requested speeches was her “Shoot f or the Stars” lecture.
  • 54. photos from She included that were r space travels he orgeous and g unique-
  • 55. And made sure each visua make a point. l would
  • 56. arse ehe R
  • 57. Eleanor oosevelt R s the longest wa First Lady of serving United States. the
  • 58. As the first presidential spo use to hold press conferences and speak at a national political conv ention, she was very nervous at f irst!
  • 59. riting and ense bouts of w But int ed her into an practice turn espected ent andr.r eloqu ke spea
  • 60. y to Tr rive ar arly e
  • 61. That way you can get a f eel for the size of the room, visuals check. run a sound/ and
  • 62. RECAP hink in 3’s T ontent well now your c K than sell ach, rather Te th creativity Open wi audience r erstand youants Und needs & w ur audience Read yo peak Clearly S your body Mind uage lang ace yourself P n als are at, Visu emen enhanc rutch not a c Rehearse rrive early Try to a
  • 63. stly, La
  • 64. Have FUN!
  • 65. g an ducin intro are You rld! wo the ea into id
  • 66. Need help? Let us EMPOWER that idea for you!
  • 67. y: Camille Created b
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