A Great Presentation

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  • Put the purpose or the goal of the presentation.





  • Got to be ready for anything. If you know your topic inside and out — deep

  • and wide — then there is nothing to worry about.





  • Authenticity. From the heart. You have to mean it. Absolutely fundamental. If it

  • matters to you (deeply), it will matter to them.



  • Put the main points you want to make



  • Their background, knowledge level

  • Important rules (even in many other fields, like software development, design, ...)























  • Several hundred slides. Most slides are no more than a word or two, a short quote, or a photo. Most slides are visible no more than a few seconds.

  • (Not always work)Never allow the screen to compete with what he is saying.

  • He wants them to be focusing on my words. He don't care if they look at me, but it is the rhythm and timing of his words that are important.



  • King-sized text as a visual

  • Excellent for having people understand and remember his presentation.

  • \"Top-10\" format — essentially 10 slides and 10 major ideas.







  • 4 words X 6 lines per slide Or 7 X 7 max

  • (exercise on Identity 2.0 presentation, what do you remember)





  • Make a connection between the topic and what it means in the real world





  • Before we deliver lets ...

  • Steve jobs, Larry Lessing, ..

  • Use all your abilities







  • Emphasize your main points

  • Stop talking so they can absorb what you said

  • Take a rest









  • Except when used in unison with your speech



  • Move around the room to increase interaction with your audience



  • Standing erect and leaning forward communicates that you are approachable,

  • receptive, and friendly.



  • Powerful connection





  • Always dress appropriately for the culture, but a little better than everyone else.



  • A research 55% of the information we take in is visual and only 7% is text.



  • Example in Identity 2.0, The word \"closed\" is displayed on a \"black\" slide and

  • the word \"open\" on a \"white\" slide....



  • Maintain attention but not loose it.





  • You welcome nerves, let the adrenaline works (It's Ok for nerves)







  • No one is perfect (Even the best presenters make mistakes. The key is to

  • continue on after the mistake.)



  • Energy! Enthusiasm! .... Enjoy it!




  • Stupid is who think others are stupid










  • or at least your self and take feedback





  • Studies show that listeners lose their attention after approximately 18 minutes.


  • A Great Presentation

    1. 1. A Great Presentation By Muhammad Hassan www.badrit.com
    2. 2. Watch (bad one)
    3. 3. Watch (nice one)
    4. 4. Start
    5. 5. Prepare
    6. 6. Write
    7. 7. Deliver
    8. 8. Prepare
    9. 9. Purpose
    10. 10. Key Message
    11. 11. Study, Research
    12. 12. Research. Facts. Evidence.
    13. 13. Facts
    14. 14. Not Opinions
    15. 15. From the heart
    16. 16. Main Points
    17. 17. Identify Audience
    18. 18. Keep It Silly Simple
    19. 19. Simple is Beautiful
    20. 20. Easy to Understand
    21. 21. Robust
    22. 22. Clear, Concise
    23. 23. Less is More
    24. 24. More Focus
    25. 25. More Gain
    26. 26. Lets Write
    27. 27. Choose Style
    28. 28. Story
    29. 29. Hierarchal
    30. 30. Larry Lessig Method
    31. 31. Takahashi Method
    32. 32. Kawasaki Method
    33. 33. Bullet Points
    34. 34. Very Short Sentences
    35. 35. 4 X 6 Rule
    36. 36. Rule of 3
    37. 37. Short Memory 5 to 7 Points
    38. 38. Give (Real) Examples
    39. 39. KISS
    40. 40. Less is more
    41. 41. Go Deliver
    42. 42. Watch
    43. 43. You Deliver Not PowerPoint
    44. 44. Sound
    45. 45. Vary Pitch and Speed
    46. 46. Avoid Monotone (Boring)
    47. 47. Use Inflection
    48. 48. The Power of Pause
    49. 49. Repeat
    50. 50. Audience Can Read
    51. 51. Body
    52. 52. Hands Still
    53. 53. Move around
    54. 54. Up close and personal
    55. 55. Stand Erect
    56. 56. Eye Contact
    57. 57. Be informal, normal, friendly
    58. 58. Remain Professional
    59. 59. Dress Well
    60. 60. Visual Objects
    61. 61. A picture worth A Thousand word
    62. 62. Associate with information
    63. 63. KISS
    64. 64. Humor and Effects (wisely)
    65. 65. Active Listening
    66. 66. Relaxation
    67. 67. Welcome Nerves Adrenaline works
    68. 68. Be Positive and Optimistic
    69. 69. OK to Pause
    70. 70. No one is Perfect
    71. 71. Enthusiasm Enjoy
    72. 72. Stupid think others Stupid
    73. 73. Practice
    74. 74. Rehearse
    75. 75. 4 Times loud
    76. 76. With Audience
    77. 77. Measure Time
    78. 78. 18 mins
    79. 79. Clear and Concise
    80. 80. With out notes
    81. 81. Summarize Inspire
    82. 82. Questions
    83. 83. Mistakes
    84. 84. Don’t Know
    85. 85. Not your slides
    86. 86. Too much info
    87. 87. Too Slow Too Fast
    88. 88. Assume Audience Know
    89. 89. No Backup
    90. 90. Delay questions to end
    91. 91. Mobile Rings
    92. 92. Long Boring
    93. 93. Conclusion
    94. 94. Prepare
    95. 95. Simple
    96. 96. Practice
    97. 97. Questions
    98. 98. References http://presentationzen.blogs.com/ presentationzen/2005/06/ watch_the_maste.html http://www.identity20.com/media/ OSCON2005/ http://randomfoo.net/oscon/2002/lessig/ free.html http://www.see.ed.ac.uk/~gerard/
    99. 99. References http://www.presentationhelper.co.uk/ Essential_Presentation_skills.htm %20visuals.htm http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/leader/ leadpres.html http://images.businessweek.com/ss/06/02/ mistakes/index_01.htm http://www.sociablemedia.com/
    100. 100. References http://www.techsoup.org/learningcenter/training/page6703.cfm http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-22_11-6107629.html? part=rss&tag=feed&subj=tr http://lorien.ncl.ac.uk/ming/dept/Tips/present/comms.htm http://presentationzen.blogs.com/presentationzen/2005/07/ in_may_tom_pete.html http://37signals.com/svn/archives2/ presentation_ideas_takahashi_kingsize_text_and_kawasaki_top10.p hp http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whTwjG4ZIJg

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