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Tips for Preparing a Short Presentation

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Tips for Preparing a Short Presentation

  1. 1. TIPS Short FOR A PRESENTATION
  2. 2. FOR A SHORT is most often PRESENTATION PREPARING more difficult than PREPARING FOR A LONGER ONE You need to limit examples, stories, and jokes.
  3. 3. A SHORT PRESENTATION HAS TO BE BOTH concise more & more precise
  4. 4. AN advantage OF SHORT PRESENTATIONS IS THAT THEY OFTEN COME AS MORE COMPELLING
  5. 5. First Impression MAKE THE THE BEST
  6. 6. First Impression MAKE THE THE BEST Introduce yourself properly, smile at the audience when you first take to the pulpit, and have open body language throughout
  7. 7. NARROW DOWN YOUR TOPIC YOUR Absolute Critical Message GET RID OF EVERYTHING THAT IS NOT RELATED TO
  8. 8. RULE OF three
  9. 9. RULE OF three Breaking a point into three concepts gives a compelling structure to your presentation without overloading your audience
  10. 10. RULE OF three Every story has a beginning, middle, and end
  11. 11. RULE OF three Presentations are no different
  12. 12. STAY WITHIN THE allotted TIME EVEN COMPELLING SPEAKERS LOSE THEIR AUDIENCE IF THEY GO OVER THE ALLOTTED TIME
  13. 13. Organize
  14. 14. and one minute for the close. one minute for each of the three main points you want to make Organize Allow a minute for the opening, FOR A 5 MINUTES PRESENTATION,
  15. 15. Personal MAKE IT
  16. 16. if you have to share something sad or infuriating, make your tone & your expressions match the news
  17. 17. Finish ON A HIGH POINT End with something positive, and it’ll make your presentation all the more memorable
  18. 18. Practice REHEARSAL IS CRITICAL FOR A SHORT PRESENTATION YOU HAVE NO TIME TO PAUSE OR COLLECT YOUR THOUGHTS

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