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Have you ever woke up from a dream startled and upright imagining yourself in front of an audience and you did not know what to say? Whether you are in front of one person or many, I have learned that there are several things you can do to make a great presentation. Now wipe the sweat from your brow, what I have to share with you is not rocket science but very simple lessons that can help you take a good presentation and make it great!
- Know Your Audience. It is very important to know the 5 W’s and the
You have probably heard the phrase, “They may not remember what you said, but they will always remember how you made them feel.”
The funny thing is many people have gone into presentations with fact, details, and numbers and unless those items are the most important pieces to your agenda your presentation will not be memorable.
When you are presentation making a , you are presenting yourself as a credible expert and sharing the message that is informative and perhaps even entertaining.
- Personal stories/examples. Storytelling is the most powerful way to get a message across with