Stellar Presentations for SARTA

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A presentation about my new book about presenting at conferences, to the media and investors.

A presentation about my new book about presenting at conferences, to the media and investors.

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  • Ask who they are. In tech? Looking for funding? What if I suck?
  • Journalist. 2. Reviewer 3. Coach 4. Most recently, a speaker
  • Nasscom invite 2. Topic wasn’t social media 3. Hometown hero next door 4. Extremely well-received
  • 1. Greatest tech presenter ever. 2. When I 1 st saw Steve 3. Imitators 4. Be you, not him
  • 1. Who are these people? 2.What do they want from me? 3. What do I want from them
  • Malcolm Gladwell 1. Mozart & Bill Gates. 2. 10,000 hours of practice. 2 DEMO & TechCrunch winners, 4. Sloppy Prezo=negative brand percception
  • 1. “ Corpspeak. 2.Memorization 5.Talk like you talk, not like a brochure
  • If we have to work to understand what you are saying… we won’t. We’ll check email & socnets instead.
  • 1.PPT vs Story-Telling 2. Robert Carr. 3. Nolan Bushnell 4. Munjal Shah “ Riya ” 5. Story-telling in our DNA.
  • 1. Begin w/Longest & Strongest 2Inverted pyramid structure. 3Trickle down & trail off
  • If we don’t like your product, the rest doesn’t matter. Give a Demo that takes their breath away, Give it early.
  • Underprepared at KP Improvisation ‘ Rich. We’ll all be rich!!!
  • 1. Once you lose it, you can never get it back .2. We live in an age of fact checkers. 3. If you don’t know an answer, admit it.
  • 1. Humans beat brands. 2. Passion beats polish 3. Be the human inside the brand.
  • 1.Fun often underrated. 2.Memorable. 3. Different than gamification
  • For a good time, please call

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  • 1. Stellar Presentations
  • 2. Personal Background
  • 3. So Many Indians
  • 4. We Are Not Steve Jobs
  • 5. Know Your Audience
  • 6. Practice Like Crazy
  • 7. Simple is Best
  • 8. Tell a Story
  • 9. Save your best for 1st
  • 10. Your Product is Your Star Star
  • 11. Jerry Kaplan Tossed a Notepad into the Air…
  • 12. Why Credibility is like Virginity
  • 13. Personalize
  • 14. The Fun Factor
  • 15. Closing Thoughts• Humble, but proud• Open convo--don’t close• Stay on high level• Hang out in hallway• Have fun if it kills you
  • 16. Shel Israel shelisrael1@gmail.com ShelIsrael on SocNetsblogs.forbes.com/shelisrael