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How To Give A Great Presentation

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How To Give A Great Presentation

D. Keith Robinson over To-Done has written a good piece on stuff you need to know to give a good presentation. Are you stress when you speak in front of public? Are you nervous during presentation? I used to be exactly like that. I set myself some goals and practice. I also read and listen some book such as 10 Days to More Confident Public Speaking

How To Give A Great Presentation
      which give me a great overview on how to be sucessful in presentation.

      In addtion, read Keith’s tips and practice. I found the tips about giving the presentation is quite useful:

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      * Think positive.
      * Tell stories. Stories will get your idea across much better than charts and graphs and numbers. They also have the added benefit of helping to engage your audience.
      * Don’t read your slides. They should support what you are saying, not be what you are saying. The same goes for your notes.
      * Keep your intro short and strong. People want to know who you are, but they also want to get into the meat of your talk. A quick, solid and clear intro is better than a meandering joke or list of accomplishments any day. Changes are most people in the audience know a bit about you already.
      * Keep it slow and steady. Pause when you need to take a breath, you’ll think better.
      * Don’t agonize over mistakes, and don’t say your sorry. Keep confident and if you mess up—move on.
      * Pause to let strong ideas sink in. This can be hard to remember, but your audience needs time to absorb and take breaks too!
      * Smile, joke and laugh if appropriate. A little humor can go a long way, but don’t over do it.
      * Learn from your mistakes. I know that I learn a little every time I get up and speak.
      * End strong. Make your finally crisp, clean and powerful.
      * Be prepared for interruptions and questions. If you are doing well, you’ll have lots of questions.

      How To Give A Great Presentation – [To-Done]
      10 Days to More Confident Public Speaking

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