Stop and think before your next presentation. Give it the time it deserves to make sure you get it right. Take a few minutes to learn from some of the experts like Guy Kawazaki, Garr Reynolds and Nancy Duarte.
Watch and learn from the good (and the bad) and cut surplus details, leaving only the necessary information. Consider the visuals as we use our eyes first and then our ears – could you present without the audience needing to read anything? Could you give hand-outs afterwards if it is vital they have a written record?
Now practise out loud and try to remember what you will say rather than use notes if possible – good images can act as a memory trigger for this. Click on the image below to watch a very informative video by Susan Weinschenk that provides 5 key points to consider.
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