10 rules for presentations that violate every

You know exactly how best to present their material? Forget about what the majority of speakers, especially beginners, tells in his blog, the creators of the app Prezi for presentations. Some tips seem obvious — but sooner or later, all these rules are violated.

1. Study your audience

If you want to influence these people, you need to know what excites them and what motivates them.

2. Include in the presentation of opposite views

Think about how the audience can challenge your ideas and lay out these arguments in his speech. If you just ignore them, they are not going anywhere.

3. Start with a good history

It knows every lecturer TED. Your first story should be such that she could empathize with everyone in the room.

4. Repeat your main point three times

Professional speakers say that: "Tell people what you are going to tell them. Tell it to them. And then tell them what you told them". In other words, imagine points that you want to hear, and then during the presentation, fill them with content. And in conclusion, remind the audience about their core theses.

5. Practice to the point of exhaustion

When you know what you want to say, you don't need to worry about that you will stumble upon some word or lose the thread of reasoning. In addition, when you advance say my speech out loud many times, it will help to find and remove verbosity. The audience will appreciate, if you speak clearly and specifically.

6. Remember

If you saw people glancing at your slides, then you certainly understand that it not only distracts the audience from the main point, but also hinted to her that she may not be confident. Don't just memorize every word, sharpen just a basic train of thought, thesis, and examples that you will eat. Here's tips on how to memorize any presentation in 60 minutes or less.

7. Meet eyes

You're not going to convince anyone of anything if you don't see him or her in the eye. Just don't look at any man for too long, move your eyes further. 8. Tell a good story in the end, She must directly relate to your main idea and should illustrate your thesis. In the final the shorter the better, so let the history be brief but sincere. It should be close to you personally, but also to reflect the main essence of your speech.

9. Avoid lists

It's boring. Better to show a bright picture with text no longer than a tweet.

10. Actively motion

Holding his hands close to the body, you seem not just unnatural, but also nervous. You do tell stories — so let it take the space that you have provided on stage.

P. S. And remember, just changing your mind - together we change the world! © econe

Source: ideanomics.ru/?p=4372


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