Clifford L. Marshall
Communications
A Communications Company…….
616 Carlyle Place
Union, NJ 07083
(646)678-1709
www.Cliffo...
•F.E.A.R
•Nervousness
•Transformation

•The Audience
•The Presentation
•PowerPoint
False Evidence Appearing Real

Feel The Fear!
And
Do It Anyway!!
False Evidence Appearing Real

Like the “Boogieman”
Most of the things we
FEAR will never
happen!
Remember
Everyone

Gets
Nervous!!!
Keep Your Focus on
the Audience and their

wants and needs
Prepare and Practice
Your Speech

Before Your
Presentation
Focus
On

Your
Audience
5 Steps of Transformation
•Transform Outer Self
•Internalizing Negative Ideas
•Communicate with Outer Self
•Become a Perfo...
Transform Outer Self
Your Outer Appearance
Should lend Credibility
To the Subject
Internalizing Negative
Ideas
When our belief
System is challenged
It is difficult to convey
Believability
Communicate with the
Outer Self
When You are comfortable
With Your Outer Self
You speak with
Passion and Exuberance
Become a Performer
The best speakers know
That speaking is like
Being an actor
You run through
A gamut of

Emotions
Impart Presence
Presence
Is
Not
Charisma
The most important
element of Public Speaking
is the Public
3 Aspects of an Audience

•Listening
•You Get what You Give
•How to Speak
Listening

“If they came to hear me
speak how can I listen to
them”
You Get What You Give

If you give
Energy, you
Will receive
Energy
How to Speak

Develop the ability
To make everyone
Feel like you are
Talking directly
To them
Handling Questions

Prepare Yourself
For all types
Of Questions
Creation of the special
Presentation
•Before

•During
•After
Before the speech
The Speaker
Owns the
Space
Before the speech
“Plan your work;
Work your plan”
Sugar Ray Robinson
During the speech
Communication begins
As soon as you
Walk into the speaking
area
During the speech
Non-Verbal is over 50% of
Communication

Verbal is under 50% of
Communication
During the speech
2 Non-Verbal body
movements are:

•Eye Contact
•Body Language
During the speech
Verbal communication
Should be as natural
As a conversation
During the speech
Don’t Complain,
Explain or
Apologize
After the speech
Be prepared to
Meet and Greet
Your audience
After the presentation
4 PowerPoint Rules

•Keep Slides Uncluttered
•Slides should only have
bullet points

•Projection of slides should
be to yo...
Keep Slides Uncluttered
Keep Slides Uncluttered Slides should only have bullet points Projection of
slides should be right...
Slides should only have
bullet points
If you know your material
You only need a bullet list

To remind you of what to say
Projection of Slides
should be Left of center
Because people read
From left to right

Keep the screen to
The left
Don’t Give Out the Slides
as a Document
Unlike MS Word,
PowerPoint is not a

Document program
Contact Information:
Clifford L. Marshall, II
Clifford@CliffordLMarshall.com
(646) 678-1709

www.CliffordLMarshall.com
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  1. 1. Clifford L. Marshall Communications A Communications Company……. 616 Carlyle Place Union, NJ 07083 (646)678-1709 www.CliffordLMarshall.com
  2. 2. •F.E.A.R •Nervousness •Transformation •The Audience •The Presentation •PowerPoint
  3. 3. False Evidence Appearing Real Feel The Fear! And Do It Anyway!!
  4. 4. False Evidence Appearing Real Like the “Boogieman” Most of the things we FEAR will never happen!
  5. 5. Remember Everyone Gets Nervous!!!
  6. 6. Keep Your Focus on the Audience and their wants and needs
  7. 7. Prepare and Practice Your Speech Before Your Presentation
  8. 8. Focus On Your Audience
  9. 9. 5 Steps of Transformation •Transform Outer Self •Internalizing Negative Ideas •Communicate with Outer Self •Become a Performer •Impart Presence
  10. 10. Transform Outer Self Your Outer Appearance Should lend Credibility To the Subject
  11. 11. Internalizing Negative Ideas When our belief System is challenged It is difficult to convey Believability
  12. 12. Communicate with the Outer Self When You are comfortable With Your Outer Self You speak with Passion and Exuberance
  13. 13. Become a Performer The best speakers know That speaking is like Being an actor You run through A gamut of Emotions
  14. 14. Impart Presence Presence Is Not Charisma
  15. 15. The most important element of Public Speaking is the Public
  16. 16. 3 Aspects of an Audience •Listening •You Get what You Give •How to Speak
  17. 17. Listening “If they came to hear me speak how can I listen to them”
  18. 18. You Get What You Give If you give Energy, you Will receive Energy
  19. 19. How to Speak Develop the ability To make everyone Feel like you are Talking directly To them
  20. 20. Handling Questions Prepare Yourself For all types Of Questions
  21. 21. Creation of the special Presentation •Before •During •After
  22. 22. Before the speech The Speaker Owns the Space
  23. 23. Before the speech “Plan your work; Work your plan” Sugar Ray Robinson
  24. 24. During the speech Communication begins As soon as you Walk into the speaking area
  25. 25. During the speech Non-Verbal is over 50% of Communication Verbal is under 50% of Communication
  26. 26. During the speech 2 Non-Verbal body movements are: •Eye Contact •Body Language
  27. 27. During the speech Verbal communication Should be as natural As a conversation
  28. 28. During the speech Don’t Complain, Explain or Apologize
  29. 29. After the speech Be prepared to Meet and Greet Your audience After the presentation
  30. 30. 4 PowerPoint Rules •Keep Slides Uncluttered •Slides should only have bullet points •Projection of slides should be to your left •Don’t give out slides as a document
  31. 31. Keep Slides Uncluttered Keep Slides Uncluttered Slides should only have bullet points Projection of slides should be right of center Don’t give out slides as a document Keep Slides Uncluttered Slides should only have bullet points Projection of slides should be right of center Don’t give out slides as a document Keep Slides Uncluttered Slides should only have bullet points Projection of slides should be right of center Don’t give out slides as a document Keep Slides Uncluttered Slides should only have bullet points Projection of slides should be right of center Don’t give out slides as a document Keep Slides Uncluttered Slides should only have bullet points Projection of slides should be right of center Don’t give out slides as a document Keep Slides Uncluttered Slides should only have bullet points Projection of slides should be right of center Don’t give out slides as a document Keep Slides Uncluttered Slides should only have bullet points Projection of slides should be right of center Don’t give out slides as a document Keep Slides Uncluttered Slides should only have bullet points Projection of slides should be right of center Don’t give out slides as a document Keep Slides Uncluttered Slides should only have bullet points Projection of slides should be right of center Don’t give out slides as a document
  32. 32. Slides should only have bullet points If you know your material You only need a bullet list To remind you of what to say
  33. 33. Projection of Slides should be Left of center Because people read From left to right Keep the screen to The left
  34. 34. Don’t Give Out the Slides as a Document Unlike MS Word, PowerPoint is not a Document program
  35. 35. Contact Information: Clifford L. Marshall, II Clifford@CliffordLMarshall.com (646) 678-1709 www.CliffordLMarshall.com

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