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30 million presentations are produced per day. The problem? Most are boring. Let me show you how to say goodbye to boring presentations for good.

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ACE the PITCH!

  1. Insert Image on full background Insert logo here Slide #1 Meet and Greet Use for Intro Slide
  2. FOCUS
  3. @mzkagan
  4. Things I
  5. Things I HATE
  6. to MAR-TA-FY: to make something 
 as simple 
 & memorable as possible.
  7. 30 MILLIONpresentations per day.
  8. Most presentations are boring.
  9. what they actually remember vs what u think they remember — Assumption: presenter audience
  10. what they actually remember vs what u think they remember — Truth: presenter audience
  11. can only hold three to four 
 chunks of new 
 information 
 at one time. Working memory“ “
  12. FOCUS
  13. FOCUS
  14. 2008
  15. #6#4 >5 Million VIEWS
  16. 3-part formula my simple
  17. perfect presentation sandwich the “
  18. STATS
  19. facts data details examples testimonials etc. STATS[
  20. STORY
  21. STORY the 
 MOST 
 IMPORTANT
 part!
  22. SLIDES
  23. OPTIONAL! (in most cases) SLIDES
  24. STATS STORY SLIDES 25% ideally… 50% 25%
  25. STATS STORY SLIDES 20% 5% 75% most of the time…
  26. STORY. STATS. SLIDES. 1 2 3 the 3-part formula:
  27. STORY. STATS. SLIDES. 1 2 3 the 3-part formula:
  28. relate connect understand REMEMBER go back to that “what we see model”
  29. understand, relate Stories help us to & REMEMBER.
  30. Stories have STRUCTURE. BEGINNING. MIDDLE. END. 1 2 3
  31. This is NOT a story.
  32. Don’t give a presentation. Tell a STORY. tip #1
  33. a great story? how do you craft
  34. Begin with the end in mind. tip #2
  35. + =
  36. what do you want them to FEEL? + =
  37. + = what do you want them to THINK?
  38. what do you want them to DO? + =
  39. + = what do you want them to DO? what do you want them to THINK? what do you want them to FEEL?
  40. Tell it before you create it. (& record it or have someone take notes) tip #3
  41. Tell it before you create it. (& record it or have someone take notes) tip #3
  42. Give it structure. tip #4
  43. Classic 3-Act Storythe
  44. Classic 3-Act Storythe (as a presentation)
  45. 5-Minute Presentationthe
  46. 15-Minute Presentationthe
  47. STORY. STATS. SLIDES. 1 2 3 the 3-part formula:
  48. STORY. STATS. SLIDES. 1 2 3 what? why? who? when? where?
  49. confused mind says NO.a“ “
  50. A set of points in a plane equidistant from a given point.
  51. A set of points in a plane equidistant from a given point. vs.
  52. faster 60,000x
  53. CIRCLE vs.
  54. easier recall 6x
  55. Remember: a picture is worth 1000 WORDS. tip #5
  56. BIGGER. make the logo “
  57. simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. “ “
  58. Minimize noise. tip #6
  59. “Today we’re introducing a new, 
 portable music player that weighs 
 a mere 6.5 ounces, is about the size 
 of a sardine can, and boasts 
 voluminous capacity, long battery life, and lightning-fast transfer speeds.”
  60. 1:7:140 the rule
  61. 1:7:140idea per slide 1
  62. 1:7:1407words per slide no more than
  63. 1:7:140140characters 
 or less
  64. Offer meaning, 
 instead of data. tip #7
  65. Number of Bikes Sold 2002 - 2007 the 0" 1000" 2000" 3000" 4000" 5000" 6000" 2002" 2003" 2004" 2005" 2006" 2007"
  66. Over 5000 Bikes Sold in 2007 500 1500 2009 3577 4007 5035 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
  67. 907% 
 increase in sales 
 since 2002 500 1500 2009 3577 4007 5035 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
  68. STORY. STATS. SLIDES. the 3-part formula: 1 2 3
  69. a book by its cover. don’t judge“ “
  70. a book by its cover. don’t judge“ “ BULLSH*T!
  71. You only get one chance to make a first impression.
  72. Have a killer 
 cover slide. tip #8
  73. >
  74. 
 how you made them FEEL. people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget “ “
  75. 
 how you made them FEEL. people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget “ “EVEN IF 
 YOUR SLIDES 
 ARE STUNNING!!!
  76. Iceland: the land of fire & ice • Located between the North Atlan>c & the Arc>c Oceans, Iceland is the most sparsely populated country in Europe. • It’s volcanically & geologically ac>ve, with an interior that is characterized by sand & lava fields (“fire”), as well as mountains & glaciers (“ice”). • Despite its high al>tude just outside the Arc>c Circle, Iceland is warmed by the Gulf Stream & has a temperate climate
  77. ICELAND land of fire & ice
  78. Focus on 
 the feeling. tip #9
  79. CRAP. tip #10
  80. CRAP. tip #10 Alignment Repetition Consistency Proximity
  81. CRAP.
  82. 1 Don’t give a presentation. Tell a story. 2 Tell it before you create it. 3 Give it structure. 4 Remember that a picture = 1000 words. 5 Minimize noise. to sum up… 6 Obey the 1:7:140 rule! 7 Offer meaning instead of data 8 Have a killer cover slide 9 Focus on the feeling 10 CRAP!
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