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IT TAKES PRACTICE!IT TAKES PRACTICE!
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Six Quick Tips to Present like Steve Jobs

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Steve Jobs was one of the greatest presenters of our time. His strength was creating stage presence. Here are 6 quick tips on how to create stage presence and present like Steve Jobs.

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Six Quick Tips to Present like Steve Jobs

  1. 1. IT TAKES PRACTICE!IT TAKES PRACTICE! CREATED BYLEARN MORE AT STINSONDESIGN.COM MEMORIZE YOUR FLOW This will provide some breathing room for a more natural and animated delivery compared to line-by-line memorization. READ YOUR AUDIENCE If most of the crowd is on their phone or resting their head, it’s your cue to change up your tune! STAGE PRESENCESTAGE PRESENCE VARY YOUR VOICE Alter your voice by varying speed, pitch, and volume to bring emotion to every line. EXAGGERATE YOUR GESTURES Amplify your movements accordingly so even those in the very back row can see every move. STAND TALL This helps you portray confidence to the audience and can boost your own self-confidence in the process. HOW DID HE DO IT?HOW DID HE DO IT? ? ? ?? ? ? You can use techniques that actors use to increase your stage presence. The three basic foundations are your body language, voice, and senses. distinguishes a presenter who simply relays information to one who brings the audience to their side. PUT ON A GOOD SHOW! Work on your stage presence with the same techniques actors use. It might not be a Shakespeare monologue but the goal for an actor and presenter is the same: USE YOUR BODY LANGUAGE Use quick movements when building up to a point, and slow down on a key takeaway. Send I’m so bored Yeah, me 2... STEVE JOBS was one of the greatest presenters of our time. His strength was creating stage presence. The ability to captivate and compel an audience simply through one’s impressive manner. HOW TO CREATE

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