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Presentation Skills, by Muhammad Hassan
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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.


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  • 1. A Great Presentation By Muhammad Hassan www.badrit.com
  • 2. Watch (bad one)
  • 3. Watch (nice one)
  • 4. Start
  • 5. Prepare
  • 6. Write
  • 7. Deliver
  • 8. Prepare
  • 9. Purpose
  • 10. Key Message
  • 11. Study, Research
  • 12. Research. Facts. Evidence.
  • 13. Facts
  • 14. Not Opinions
  • 15. From the heart
  • 16. Main Points
  • 17. Identify Audience
  • 18. Keep It Silly Simple
  • 19. Simple is Beautiful
  • 20. Easy to Understand
  • 21. Robust
  • 22. Clear, Concise
  • 23. Less is More
  • 24. More Focus
  • 25. More Gain
  • 26. Lets Write
  • 27. Choose Style
  • 28. Story
  • 29. Hierarchal
  • 30. Larry Lessig Method
  • 31. Takahashi Method
  • 32. Kawasaki Method
  • 33. Bullet Points
  • 34. Very Short Sentences
  • 35. 4 X 6 Rule
  • 36. Rule of 3
  • 37. Short Memory 5 to 7 Points
  • 38. Give (Real) Examples
  • 39. KISS
  • 40. Less is more
  • 41. Go Deliver
  • 42. Watch
  • 43. You Deliver Not PowerPoint
  • 44. Sound
  • 45. Vary Pitch and Speed
  • 46. Avoid Monotone (Boring)
  • 47. Use Inflection
  • 48. The Power of Pause
  • 49. Repeat
  • 50. Audience Can Read
  • 51. Body
  • 52. Hands Still
  • 53. Move around
  • 54. Up close and personal
  • 55. Stand Erect
  • 56. Eye Contact
  • 57. Be informal, normal, friendly
  • 58. Remain Professional
  • 59. Dress Well
  • 60. Visual Objects
  • 61. A picture worth A Thousand word
  • 62. Associate with information
  • 63. KISS
  • 64. Humor and Effects (wisely)
  • 65. Active Listening
  • 66. Relaxation
  • 67. Welcome Nerves Adrenaline works
  • 68. Be Positive and Optimistic
  • 69. OK to Pause
  • 70. No one is Perfect
  • 71. Enthusiasm Enjoy
  • 72. Stupid think others Stupid
  • 73. Practice
  • 74. Rehearse
  • 75. 4 Times loud
  • 76. With Audience
  • 77. Measure Time
  • 78. 18 mins
  • 79. Clear and Concise
  • 80. With out notes
  • 81. Summarize Inspire
  • 82. Questions
  • 83. Mistakes
  • 84. Don’t Know
  • 85. Not your slides
  • 86. Too much info
  • 87. Too Slow Too Fast
  • 88. Assume Audience Know
  • 89. No Backup
  • 90. Delay questions to end
  • 91. Mobile Rings
  • 92. Long Boring
  • 93. Conclusion
  • 94. Prepare
  • 95. Simple
  • 96. Practice
  • 97. Questions
  • 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. 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. 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