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How to give A Great 10 Minute Business Introduction Presentation


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The topic for this presentation is how to create and deliver an unforgettable 10 minute Introduction Presentation for your business . …

The topic for this presentation is how to create and deliver an unforgettable 10 minute Introduction Presentation for your business .

In a nutshell:
“Prepare > Rehearse > Time > Tune > Repeat …"

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  • 1. How to give a GREAT10 Minute Presentation
  • 2. Agenda» What is a 10 Minute Presentation ?» Whats its Goal?» How do I evaluate mine?
  • 3. ct, accolade, adjudication, appearance, arrangement, ward, bestowal, coming out, conferral, debut,delivering, delivery, demonstration, display, dog andpony show, donation, exhibition, exposition, giving,ntroduction, investiture, knockdown, launch, launchingoffering, overture, pitch, present, production, proposal,proposition, rendition, representation, sales pitch, show taging, submission, actualization, advent, appearing, rrival, presentation , screen, semblance, shape, stamp, What is a 10 Minute Presentation ?
  • 4. What’s ourpresentationsgoal?Teaching chaptermembers about ouroffering & motivatingthem to deliver thereferrals we need
  • 5. How do you evaluate your presentation?
  • 6. Are you leaving peopleinterested and excitedabout your offering?
  • 7. Can you do it faster?
  • 8. Remember:Presenting succinctly establishes professionalismand shows you appreciate your fellow chaptermember’s time
  • 9. Creating an effective presentation
  • 10. Creating an effective presentation» Whats your goal?» Whats your chapter’s goal?» Whats your story?» Is it interesting?
  • 11. What’s your presentation’s goal?
  • 12. » Tout your products and services» Make a good impression
  • 13. Expand their knowledge Evaluate you & your offering Etc…Kill 10 minutes
  • 14. Remember:The best way your presentation can fulfill yourgoal is by ensuring your audience’sexpectations are met:» Shows you’re considerate» Demonstrates your forethought
  • 15. What’s your story?
  • 16. Remember:People rarely remember facts, figures andfeatures, but a good story will remain withthem for a long time
  • 17. What is thisad selling?It’s not sellingcigarettes. It’s sellingsex appeal:“Our cigarettes makeyou irresistible towomen”
  • 18. What is thisad selling?Instead of sellingvacuum cleanersit’s telling a storyabout “A happierChristmas”
  • 19. What’s my story?
  • 20. My goal is to sellmy website andonline marketingservicesYour goal is tolearn how tocreate betterpresentationsThis presentationIS my story – itbrings us together
  • 21. How to keep your10 minute presentation interesting
  • 22. 1 ideaper slide
  • 23. Communicate visually
  • 24. Less is More
  • 25. Big isBeautiful
  • 26. Include media
  • 27. Any more ideas?
  • 28. Ask questions
  • 29. Plan activities
  • 30. Delivering an effective presentation
  • 31. Delivering an effective presentation» Preparation» Setup» Delivery
  • 32. Preparation
  • 33. Practice makes Perfect
  • 34. Master yourtiming
  • 35. Get feedback
  • 36. Setup
  • 37. Anxious?
  • 38. Coming early, setting up,testing the equipment, and doing a final run, always help me…
  • 39. Stay Cool
  • 40. Delivery
  • 41. Maintaineye contact
  • 42. Gesture
  • 43. Use a remote control
  • 44. Ask questions,and leave time for questions from your audience
  • 45. Remember:Your presentation is your backdrop:» Its objective is not to repeat what you’re saying, but rather to emphasize, clarify, and expand on it» The more you engage with your audience, the more they’ll engage with you
  • 46. Conclusion
  • 47. ConclusionIntroduction:» Presentation goals and evaluationCreating presentations:» Understanding how goals relate to storytelling and maintaining interestDelivering presentations:» Practicing realistically timed scenarios is critical for developing presentation confidence
  • 48. What next?
  • 49. Time to practiceUse what you learned here to make a 10 MinutePresentation pitching your best service/product.When you’re done pitch it to a team mate orcolleague, and get their honest feedback» Keep it under 20 slides» Use no more than one font and color for texts and labels» Target your presentation for your ideal customer
  • 50. Thanks! …I’m at Mike