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30 tips for awesome presentations

  1. 30 TIPS FOR AWESOME PRESENTATIONS The Portent Webinar Series Ian Lurie @portentint ian@portent.com
  2. portent.co/ian-proposals Yes, like this, no ‘m’.
  3. #portentu This is the hash tag
  4. WHY DO PRESENTATIONS SUCK?
  5. PRESENTATION <> SLIDES
  6. TIP #0 USE YOUR TIME WISELY
  7. WRITE SLIDES REVISE REHEARSE PREP
  8. TELL ME WHY CONNECT THE HOW USE STRONG LANGUAGE SUPPORT YOUR AUDIENCE
  9. TELL ME WHY
  10. WHY ASK WHY?
  11. BECAUSE ‘WHAT’ IS BORING.
  12. THIS IS A DOG-SIZED SEMI-AQUATIC RODENT WITH THICK FUR. yawn
  13. IF YOU LIKE DOG-SIZED RODENTS THAT ALWAYS LOOK SMUG, THEN CAPYBARAS ARE FOR YOU. @!#*& yeah.
  14. I’M TELLING YOU THIS BECAUSE I BELIEVE THAT _______________________________
  15. IF YOU _______________________ THEN YOU’LL WANT TO LISTEN. tip #2: Fill in the blank
  16. WHY = VALUE
  17. TIP #3: WRITE IT FIRST WHY = VALUE
  18. TIP #3: WRITE IT FIRST
  19. TIP #4: HAVE A STRUCTURE
  20. SAY WHAT YOU’LL SAY SAY WHAT YOU’RE SAYING SAY WHAT YOU SAID
  21. HAVE STOPS ALONG THE WAY
  22. CONNECT WHY TO HOW
  23. IMPUTED VALUE
  24. IMPUTED VALUE CONNECTS WHY, HOW & WHAT
  25. IMPUTED VALUE IT’S ABOUT DETAILS
  26. LOW IMPUTED VALUE
  27. LOW IMPUTED VALUE LOOKS BEAT UP
  28. LOW IMPUTED VALUE BROKEN FACE WATER DAMAGE
  29. HIGH IMPUTED VALUE BLEEP
  30. HIGH IMPUTED VALUE LOOKS COOL BLEEP
  31. HIGH IMPUTED VALUE MOSTLY INTACT ANATOMICALLY BLEEP CORRECT
  32. IMPUTED VALUE YOUR PRESENTATION MUST HAVE IT
  33. TIP #5 NO BULLETS
  34. TIP #5 NO BULLETS (except for lists)
  35. TIP #6 AVOID ARIAL
  36. BLOCK FONTS ARE FUN GOTHAM ARIAL BLACK FRANKLIN GOTHIC KNOCKOUT IS PRETTY AWESOME
  37. BUT DON’T BE AFRAID TO TRY UNUSUAL STUFF ACADEMY ENGRAVED BAUHAUS IMPRINT
  38. TIP #7 READABILITY IS PARAMOUNT
  39. THE 10-FOOT TEST TIP #6 THE 10-FOOT TEST
  40. TIP #8 THINK BIG
  41. at least 32 pt type TIP #8 THINK BIG
  42. TREAT TYPE AS ART
  43. TIP #9 COLORS FOR EMPHASIS
  44. TIP #10 PLAY WITH LINE SPACING FOR DIFFERENT EFFECTS. THIS FEELS REALLY ‘TIGHT’ AND TOGETHER. BUT IT’S HARDER TO READ W/ LOTS OF WORDS.
  45. TIP #10 FOR JUST A FEW WORDS IT WORKS GREAT, THOUGH.
  46. TIP #11 FOR SUPER EMPHASIS VARY TYPE SIZES.
  47. TIP #12 VARY SIZES AND SPACING FOR A NICE SQUARE LOOK
  48. TIP #13 NO WIGGLING
  49. TIP #13 NO SQUIRMING
  50. TIP #13 NO SMALL MOVEMENT
  51. TIP #13 NO WIGGLING i am in a zen state.
  52. TIP #14 USE FILLS FOR CONTRAST
  53. TIP #14 USE FILLS FOR CONTRAST
  54. TIP #14 USE FILLS FOR CONTRAST
  55. TIP #14 USE FILLS FOR CONTRAST
  56. SHOW YOUR PERSONALITY FILLED WITH PHOTO BG COLOR, 50% TRANSPARENCY.
  57. TIP #15 LEARN THE GOLDEN RATIO
  58. 1.6 1
  59. 1.6 1 BLEEP
  60. TIP #15 LEARN THE GOLDEN RATIO (but don’t let it rule your life)
  61. TIP #16 CAREFUL WITH COLORS
  62. FAVOR A NATURAL COLOR PALETTE From Tim Beard
  63. TIP #17 USE PHOTOS THE RIGHT WAY
  64. CONFRONTATION
  65. WISDOM GURU-NESS JUST SILLY
  66. ANXIETY MY LIFE
  67. I’M POORLY GROOMED?
  68. TIP #18 AVOID OVERUSED PHOTOS
  69. TIP #19 USE YOUR COMPUTER OR TEST EVERYTHING OR USE PDF
  70. TIP #19 USE YOUR COMPUTER OR TEST EVERYTHING OR USE PDF
  71. IMPUTED VALUE CONNECTS WHY, HOW & WHAT
  72. USE STRONG LANGUAGE I DON'T GIVE A $##@
  73. TIP #20 LOOK ‘EM IN THE EYE
  74. TIP #20 ‘YOU’ ‘US’ ‘WE’
  75. IMPUTED VALUE PRESENTATIONS MUST HAVE IT
  76. IMPUTED VALUE YOUR PRESENTATION MUST HAVE IT
  77. TIP 21: USE DATA SPARINGLY
  78. TIP 21: USE DATA SPARINGLY 30,000! !6,000!! 25,000! !5,000!! 20,000! !4,000!! 15,000! !3,000!! SEO!visits! NB!SEO!visits! 10,000! !2,000!! 5,000! !1,000!! 0! !"!!!! Sep"10! Oct"10! Dec"10! Nov"10! Jan"11! Apr"11! Oct"11! Dec"11! Nov"11! May"11! Feb"11! Mar"11! Sep"11! Jul"11! Aug"11! Jun"11!
  79. TIP #22 SHOW YOUR PERSONALITY
  80. I’M A GEEK
  81. DAMN PROUD OF IT
  82. TIP #23 DO REFERENCE GENDER
  83. MAN/WOMAN BOY/GIRL MAN/GIRL BOY/WOMAN
  84. TIP #24 CULTURAL AWARENESS
  85. SUPPORT YOUR AUDIENCE
  86. TIP #25 UPLOAD TO SLIDESHARE
  87. “PEOPLE PAY TO ATTEND CONFERENCES”
  88. CONTENT = WORK CONTENT = PRODUCT
  89. YOUR PRODUCT
  90. TIP #26 EMBED ON YOUR BLOG
  91. TIP #26 EMBED ON YOUR BLOG
  92. TIP #27 CREATE A LINK BUNDLE
  93. TIP #28 DON’T REPEAT
  94. TIP #29 DO RECYCLE
  95. TIP #30 DO ANSWER QUESTIONS
  96. BONUS TIP DO ENJOY YOURSELF
  97. TELL ME WHY CONNECT THE HOW USE STRONG LANGUAGE SUPPORT YOUR AUDIENCE
  98. WRITE SLIDES REVISE REHEARSE PREP
  99. @PORTENTINT WWW.PORTENT.COM PORTENT.CO/ian-proposals NEXT WEBINAR: TIMING IT RIGHT: USING GOOGLE ANALYTICS FOR MARKETING PUNCTUALITY http://portent.co/timingitright

Hinweis der Redaktion

  • It’s not a cinch to figure out your ‘why’, but you can make it work. I like to start with this statement and fill in the blank. You can put that in your proposal if you want, but you’ll need to connect it to audience, too. You have to make a gut emotional connection based on the ‘why’.That’s the next step. Hopefully you’ve done this before – it’s kinda what marketing is.
  • I usually fill in the blank in this statement to make this work. It’s not perfect, but it can help. Here’s an example for us:
  • You should be able to tell the whole story w/o slides, first. Slides are a storytelling AID, not the story.
  • Why were David’s hands and head so big? To be better scene from below/at a distance.
  • Why were David’s hands and head so big? To be better scene from below/at a distance.
  • But don’t be a slave to it
  • just do it equally/equitably
  • unless it specifically makes sense
  • just do it equally/equitably
  • We say ridiculous things.
  • You deserve this!!!!
  • just do it equally/equitably

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