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The performer's guide to powerful presentations

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Before You Give A Presentation

  • Walk the stage. It is good to get a feel for the stage because it means you can establish a sense of ownership of the space, which will increase your confidence.
  • Check the equipment to avoid minor mishaps.
  • Know where you are sitti...

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  • Take the time to stand straight, to smile, (acknowledge the audience, thank them and your host depending on the event), take a couple of deep breaths while going over your first line in your head.
  • Start with a bang - a statistic, a quote, a...

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Now that you’ve captured the audience, you have to maintain their interest. This can take different formats:

  • Problem/Solution: This is commonly used when introducing a product or innovation, using the Monroe Sequence: Draw attention, Establish need, ...

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Your close is what the audience will remember. Don't shuffle and say "Umm, that's it." At the very least, add a strong last line and say "thank you."

  • Wind down with something uplifting. Use another story or a quote that will uplift the audience....

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