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HOWTOGIVEA
BETTERPRESENTATION
Do’s & Don’ts
The Ultimate Presentation
keeps the focus.through dynamic
content.
be personable.
Engages Maintains Interest Targets
“Stay Focused, Stay Humble, Always Hustle”
~ BeLeaderly.com ~
Smile
Don’t be afraid to flash those pearly
whites. A smile is contagious and
disarming.
Keep It Real
Share a story, a funny anecdote,
a little joke. Nobody said
presentations had to be boring!
Be Enthusiastic
Get stuck in. Believe in what you’re
selling and so will your audience.
Keep your speech uncluttered. Cut out
over using words/phrases such as:
- As I was saying
- If you know what I mean
- Like...
Maintain Eye Contact
Facial expressions speak volumes.
Who wouldn’t exchange the back of a
head for a pair of bright eyes?
Keep The Flow
Keep the listening experience
enjoyable by smoothly
transitioning between key points.
Keep Your Delivery
Style Fluid
Avoid abrupt beginnings and endings
while moving through your slides.
“Make a Mistake Once and It Becomes a Lesson.
Make The Same Mistake Twice
and It Becomes a Choice.”
~ iwalkontheuniverse.t...
Say It Like It Is
Don’t circle around an issue,
address it! Remember,
‘He who dares wins!’
Resist Speaking In
The First Person
Become the voice of your product /
service. Sell ‘it’ and not ‘yourself.’
Cut Out The
‘Wells’ And ‘Buts’
Scrap unnecessary conjunctions.
The shorter route is always the
preferred choice.
Don’t Be Repetitive
Avoid repetition, it gets boring fast.
Make your point and move on to
the next.
Short And Sweet
Lengthy explanations or
difficult-to-understand material …..
BORING!
Never Apologize
Saying ‘I’m sorry’ or making self
deprecating jokes is a big No - No.
Keep your cool.
The Big Picture
Never interrupt your flow. Your
audience will appreciate a smooth,
coherent, unapologetic presenta-
tion.
End With A Bang
Finish your presentation on a punchy
note. Most people will remember the
finale not your opening.
GoldenRuleRe-evaluate
(old presentation techniques)
Incorporate
(new, better ones)
and
Go Get ‘em
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How to Give A Better Presentation

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To really engage and grab your audience's attention, you will have to re-evaluate old presentation techniques and be bold enough to incorporate new, better ones. Nobody wants to listen to a robot. Give them all the facts by all means, but stay personable. Read more www.24slides.com/blog/

How to Give A Better Presentation

  1. 1. A Powerpoint Presentation design by From www.24slides.com/blog HOWTOGIVEA BETTERPRESENTATION Do’s & Don’ts
  2. 2. The Ultimate Presentation keeps the focus.through dynamic content. be personable. Engages Maintains Interest Targets
  3. 3. “Stay Focused, Stay Humble, Always Hustle” ~ BeLeaderly.com ~
  4. 4. Smile Don’t be afraid to flash those pearly whites. A smile is contagious and disarming.
  5. 5. Keep It Real Share a story, a funny anecdote, a little joke. Nobody said presentations had to be boring!
  6. 6. Be Enthusiastic Get stuck in. Believe in what you’re selling and so will your audience.
  7. 7. Keep your speech uncluttered. Cut out over using words/phrases such as: - As I was saying - If you know what I mean - Like - Really Simplify
  8. 8. Maintain Eye Contact Facial expressions speak volumes. Who wouldn’t exchange the back of a head for a pair of bright eyes?
  9. 9. Keep The Flow Keep the listening experience enjoyable by smoothly transitioning between key points.
  10. 10. Keep Your Delivery Style Fluid Avoid abrupt beginnings and endings while moving through your slides.
  11. 11. “Make a Mistake Once and It Becomes a Lesson. Make The Same Mistake Twice and It Becomes a Choice.” ~ iwalkontheuniverse.tumblr ~
  12. 12. Say It Like It Is Don’t circle around an issue, address it! Remember, ‘He who dares wins!’
  13. 13. Resist Speaking In The First Person Become the voice of your product / service. Sell ‘it’ and not ‘yourself.’
  14. 14. Cut Out The ‘Wells’ And ‘Buts’ Scrap unnecessary conjunctions. The shorter route is always the preferred choice.
  15. 15. Don’t Be Repetitive Avoid repetition, it gets boring fast. Make your point and move on to the next.
  16. 16. Short And Sweet Lengthy explanations or difficult-to-understand material ….. BORING!
  17. 17. Never Apologize Saying ‘I’m sorry’ or making self deprecating jokes is a big No - No. Keep your cool.
  18. 18. The Big Picture Never interrupt your flow. Your audience will appreciate a smooth, coherent, unapologetic presenta- tion.
  19. 19. End With A Bang Finish your presentation on a punchy note. Most people will remember the finale not your opening.
  20. 20. GoldenRuleRe-evaluate (old presentation techniques) Incorporate (new, better ones) and
  21. 21. Go Get ‘em
  22. 22. THIS POWERPOINT PRESENTATION IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY Connect with us
  23. 23. Get 2 slides made for free Or try us for one month with no commitments Submit your order now

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