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/// What every presenter should carry 
presenters
TOOLBELT
/// ever wonder how the
world’s greatest
structures are Built?
there are many
hands that go
into Building THEM.
carpenters,
architects,
engineers,
RESULTING IN many
professionALS BEING
contracted AND...
no matter
the scope of
the project,
THEY were completed
carpenter
had the
right tools.
Because the
should carry tool
Belts of their own.
presenters
and just Like any
good carpenter,
presenters
can make a
powerful
impact!
with the
right tools,
here are the
10 things
all presenters should have
under their tool Belt.
1.POST-ITS
allows you to...
POST-ITS
By starting WITH
CONSTRUCT YOUR
FOUNDATION
OF STICKY IDEAS
AND PICK THE BEST
ORGANIZE
AND HELPS YOU TO
BUILDING BLOCKS
Beginning to end.
OUT YOUR STORY from
so you can lay
2.mac
a
mayBe a little Biased,
But we’d Be
lost without them.
slides fast
and
efficient.
it makes
creating
your
Macs save you time,
and when you have
more time,
you can focus on
polishing your
presentation.
oh!and DON’T FORGET IT
ON THE DAY OF YOUR
PRESENTATION!that would Be Bad.
3.keynote
BEST TOOLS
One of THE
A PRESENTATION
DESIGNER CAN HAVE.
KEYNOTE MAKES
CREATING PRESENTATIONS
SIMPLE and Beautiful.
with a Beautiful
presentation
Backing you up,
your audience will Be
even more
impressed.
4.projector
to a great presentation.
projector is crucial
and size of the
Knowing the type
If you design for the
wrong dimensions,
information may get
cut off.
may also need to Be
colors and Brightness
adjusteddepending on the projector.
the
Before hand
test the presentation
on the projector
if possible.
speakers
5.
Depending on how Big
the audience is, it may
Be a good idea to
have speakers.
can’t hear you,
and tune you out.
If the audience
they will lose interest
This isn’t very
comforting for
the presenter.
if THERE ARE
no speakers,
practice speaking
loudly.
6.SMART
phone
TO ENGAGE
LIVEWITH YOUR AUDIENCE
CAN BE USED
NOT TO ANSWER CALLS,
OR TEXT SOMEONE
BUT...
ON SOCIAL MEDIA!
TO PROMOTE
and generate interest
That’ll drive traffic
to your presentation,
for a possible round 2.
7.clicker
hardhat for
a carpenter.
The clicker for a
presenter is like a
ease of mind...
it either offers
protection and
or leaves the
speaker nervous and
vulnerable.
seamless,
IT’s the
tool that
makes your
presentation
you have
control.
Because
Without a reliaBle clicker,
may suffer.
your presentation
8.water
Bottle
and they haven’t
even spoken yet.
Before a
Presentation,
many people get
dry mouth,
3 OUT OF 4 people have
puBlic speaking.
fromAnxiety
an average presentation
ranges from 4-20 minutes.
during can help quench
the palette and
Having a
water Bottle
relax the nerves.
9.
confidence
most
important
of all.
Not a physical tool,
But proBaBly the
the OUTCOME you want.
your presentation will lack
Without confidence,
and memoraBle.
BelievaBle,
your message
is what makes
Confidence
The key to
Building confidence?
PRACTICE!
10.handouts
When necessary,
make handouts
for your audience.
W h y ?
BY NOT taking notes.
focus on you,
Handouts allow
the audience to
you feel less
nervous.
When YOUR audience is
engagedin your presentation,
1. STICKIES &
SHARPIE
2. MAC
3. KEYNOTE
4. PROJECTOR
5. SPEAKERS
6. IPHONE
7. CLICKER
8. WATER
BOTTLE
9. CONFIDENCE
10.HAN...
RememBer,
rome wasn’t Built
in a day.
and neither is Being a
presenter.
great
you NOW
KNOW the
tools
necessary
to
BUILD
something
great!
solid structure,
to Build a
right tools
just like a carpenter needs the
YOU ARE ON YOUR WAY
presentation...
IN YOUR TOOL BELT,
with these
10 tools
TO BUILDING A
great
CONSTRUCTED BY
JAIRUS
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  1. 1. /// What every presenter should carry presenters TOOLBELT
  2. 2. /// ever wonder how the world’s greatest structures are Built?
  3. 3. there are many hands that go into Building THEM.
  4. 4. carpenters, architects, engineers,
  5. 5. RESULTING IN many professionALS BEING contracted AND...
  6. 6. no matter the scope of the project,
  7. 7. THEY were completed carpenter had the right tools. Because the
  8. 8. should carry tool Belts of their own. presenters and just Like any good carpenter,
  9. 9. presenters can make a powerful impact! with the right tools,
  10. 10. here are the 10 things all presenters should have under their tool Belt.
  11. 11. 1.POST-ITS
  12. 12. allows you to... POST-ITS By starting WITH
  13. 13. CONSTRUCT YOUR FOUNDATION OF STICKY IDEAS
  14. 14. AND PICK THE BEST ORGANIZE AND HELPS YOU TO BUILDING BLOCKS
  15. 15. Beginning to end. OUT YOUR STORY from so you can lay
  16. 16. 2.mac a
  17. 17. mayBe a little Biased, But we’d Be lost without them.
  18. 18. slides fast and efficient. it makes creating your
  19. 19. Macs save you time, and when you have more time, you can focus on polishing your presentation.
  20. 20. oh!and DON’T FORGET IT ON THE DAY OF YOUR PRESENTATION!that would Be Bad.
  21. 21. 3.keynote
  22. 22. BEST TOOLS One of THE A PRESENTATION DESIGNER CAN HAVE.
  23. 23. KEYNOTE MAKES CREATING PRESENTATIONS SIMPLE and Beautiful.
  24. 24. with a Beautiful presentation Backing you up, your audience will Be even more impressed.
  25. 25. 4.projector
  26. 26. to a great presentation. projector is crucial and size of the Knowing the type
  27. 27. If you design for the wrong dimensions, information may get cut off.
  28. 28. may also need to Be colors and Brightness adjusteddepending on the projector. the
  29. 29. Before hand test the presentation on the projector if possible.
  30. 30. speakers 5.
  31. 31. Depending on how Big the audience is, it may Be a good idea to have speakers.
  32. 32. can’t hear you, and tune you out. If the audience they will lose interest
  33. 33. This isn’t very comforting for the presenter.
  34. 34. if THERE ARE no speakers, practice speaking loudly.
  35. 35. 6.SMART phone
  36. 36. TO ENGAGE LIVEWITH YOUR AUDIENCE CAN BE USED
  37. 37. NOT TO ANSWER CALLS, OR TEXT SOMEONE BUT...
  38. 38. ON SOCIAL MEDIA! TO PROMOTE
  39. 39. and generate interest That’ll drive traffic to your presentation, for a possible round 2.
  40. 40. 7.clicker
  41. 41. hardhat for a carpenter. The clicker for a presenter is like a
  42. 42. ease of mind... it either offers protection and
  43. 43. or leaves the speaker nervous and vulnerable.
  44. 44. seamless, IT’s the tool that makes your presentation you have control. Because
  45. 45. Without a reliaBle clicker, may suffer. your presentation
  46. 46. 8.water Bottle
  47. 47. and they haven’t even spoken yet. Before a Presentation, many people get dry mouth,
  48. 48. 3 OUT OF 4 people have puBlic speaking. fromAnxiety
  49. 49. an average presentation ranges from 4-20 minutes.
  50. 50. during can help quench the palette and Having a water Bottle relax the nerves.
  51. 51. 9. confidence
  52. 52. most important of all. Not a physical tool, But proBaBly the
  53. 53. the OUTCOME you want. your presentation will lack Without confidence,
  54. 54. and memoraBle. BelievaBle, your message is what makes Confidence
  55. 55. The key to Building confidence? PRACTICE!
  56. 56. 10.handouts
  57. 57. When necessary, make handouts for your audience.
  58. 58. W h y ?
  59. 59. BY NOT taking notes. focus on you, Handouts allow the audience to
  60. 60. you feel less nervous. When YOUR audience is engagedin your presentation,
  61. 61. 1. STICKIES & SHARPIE 2. MAC 3. KEYNOTE 4. PROJECTOR 5. SPEAKERS 6. IPHONE 7. CLICKER 8. WATER BOTTLE 9. CONFIDENCE 10.HANDOUTS recap:
  62. 62. RememBer, rome wasn’t Built in a day.
  63. 63. and neither is Being a presenter. great
  64. 64. you NOW KNOW the tools necessary to BUILD something great!
  65. 65. solid structure, to Build a right tools just like a carpenter needs the
  66. 66. YOU ARE ON YOUR WAY presentation... IN YOUR TOOL BELT, with these 10 tools TO BUILDING A great
  67. 67. CONSTRUCTED BY JAIRUS
  68. 68. VIEW more presentations:VIEW more presentations:
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