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This is a draft of a talk on giving great business presentations. I've localized for Spanish entrepreneurs. Will change than give again at Nasscom India a week later.

This is a draft of a talk on giving great business presentations. I've localized for Spanish entrepreneurs. Will change than give again at Nasscom India a week later.

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  • 1. 10,000 hours of practice. 2. Mirrors, dogs & friends 3. Presentation reflects on product
  • Don’t pontificate, analyze, show hugely detailed graphs that put audiences into sleep or email. Start with your longest and strongest. Inverted pyramid structure, trickle off.
  • A good presentation should be high level. Your objective is to get audience to say “tell me more.” Leave details for Q&A. Let listener guide the Direction
  • If we don’t like your product, the rest doesn’t matter. Give a Demo that takes their breath away, Give it early.
  • 1.Dangers of “Corpspeak. 2.Credibility is like virginity 3. Talk like you do w/business friends.
  • If we have to work to understand what you are saying… we won’t. We’ll check email instead.
  • Customize message: Investors: “we’ll all be rich” 2. Journos: “great story, just for you. 3.Recruits: Great culture, team, career opp 4. Industry unique, powerful position 5. Technologists: You are Gods
  • 1. After product comes people. 2. Best VC’s look at team. 3. Show mutual respect
  • You’re a start up. You are constrained. There isn’t time to screw around. Stay focused on your goal and keep moving toward it.
  • Justin Kitsch: “Building to last 100 years. Let me tell you about the next quarter.”
  • If you don’t aspire to change the world, you’ll probably not change much of anytheng else.
  • Story-telling in human DNA, PPT vs Story-Telling. Munjal Shah’s cute kid
  • Corpspeak. Show your humanity, passion, fallibility. Do not speak in one voice.
  • For a good time, please call

StepOne Prezo Workshop StepOne Prezo Workshop Presentation Transcript

  • 13 Tips for Giving Great Presentations
  • 1. Practice Like Crazy
  • 2. Lead w/your Best Point
  • 3. Leave Drilling to Dentists
  • 4. Your Product is Star
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  • 6. Simple is Best
  • 7. Know your Audience
  • 8. Show Team Strength
  • 9. Be Urgen t
  • 10. Paint Big & Small Picture
  • 11. Disrupt Something
  • 12. Tell a Story
  • 13. Personalize
  • Random thoughts
    • Show optimism
    • Humble but proud
    • Save the best for first
    • Lighten up
    • Finish Early
  • Shel Israel [email_address] @ShelIsrael GlobalNeighbourhoods.net