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12 Secrets of Making Every Presentation Fun, Engaging and Enjoyable

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Whether you’re going to present at a large conference or in front of a small audience, knowing how to make your presentation fun, engaging and enjoyable; is going to give you a big leg up on your competition.

Whether you’re going to present at a large conference or in front of a small audience, knowing how to make your presentation fun, engaging and enjoyable; is going to give you a big leg up on your competition.

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12 Secrets of Making Every Presentation Fun, Engaging and Enjoyable

  1. 1. OF MAKING EVERY PRESENTATION FUN, ENGAGING & ENJOYABLE 12 SECRETS
  2. 2. SHORT & SWEET With very long, meandering speeches you tend to lose the audience pretty early on, and from then on out it’s just a test of endurance for the few bravest listeners. 1 MAKE YOUR PRESENTATION
  3. 3. OPEN UP WITH A GOOD ICE BREAKER 2
  4. 4. Joking There are different kinds of effective ice-breakers, but generally speaking, the most successful ones utilize one of these tactics: Tugging on their heart strings Dropping a bombastic statement Telling an interesting and relevant anecdote Using a metaphor or drawing comparisons
  5. 5. KEEP THINGS SIMPLE AND TO THE POINT ............................ GREAT ! YOUR IDEA YOUR PRESENTATION text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text 3
  6. 6. A good game plan consists of several important points that need to be addressed efficiently. This means moving on from one point to another in a logical manner, coming to a sound conclusion and making sure to accentuate the key information.
  7. 7. USE A HEALTHY DOSE OF HUMOR 4
  8. 8. Some of the best speeches and presentations in the world, which have been heard and viewed by millions, all feature plenty of humor. No matter the subject, a great speaker will use natural charisma, humor and beautiful language to convey their points and get the crowd excited about what they are saying.
  9. 9. TRY TO TELL A STORY INSTEAD OF RANTING 5 Some people can do all of the above things right and still manage to turn their short and fun little presentation into a chaotic mess of information.
  10. 10. PRACTICE YOUR DELIVERY 6
  11. 11. Standing in front of the mirror and practicing a speech or presentation is a technique as old as mirrors – well, come to think of it, as old as human speech, since you can see yourself reflected in any clear and calm body of water – and it means that it is tried and true.
  12. 12. MOVE AROUND & USE YOUR HANDS 7
  13. 13. The same goes for moving around and taking up some space. However, try to make slower, calculated and deliberate movements. You want your movements to seem powerful, yet effortless. You can achieve this through practice.
  14. 14. ENGAGE THE AUDIENCE BY MAKING THEM RELATE 8
  15. 15. Sometimes you will lose the audience somewhat in techno-babble, numbers, graphs and abstract ideas. At that point it is important to reel them back in using some good, old- fashioned storytelling. Make comparisons to events from everyday life that most people are more than familiar with.
  16. 16. USE STUNNING IMAGES IN YOUR SLIDES Although slides are not really necessary at all times, if you do need them to make your point and present your information more effectively, it’s best to live them up. 9
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  18. 18. When all is said and done you will want the audience to remember the core concepts and keep thinking about what you have said after the presentation is over. This is why you should let things naturally calm down and end with an important idea, quote or even a question.
  19. 19. ASK FOR INTERACTION 11 Start your presentation by telling the audience you want their questions and that you expect interaction. Tell them when you’d like them to ask, and if you’ll have designated time for it.
  20. 20. INTRODUCE YOURSELF MEMORABLY 12 Before you start your speech, introduce yourself with one or two quick sentences. Avoid listing off your resume -- instead, quickly remind your audience who you are and why they should care about what you have to say.

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