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The foremost advice for making a great talk is to build your talk with your audience in mind. To do this in a powerful way, ask yourself what gift you are giving to your audience.
If it doesn't feel like a gift after you rehearsed your talk, there's more work to do.
When you deliver a talk, your audience wants to learn something compelling enough to move them into action.
For this reason, place four to six anchor points throughout the talk that is insightful and compelling. Even common knowledge can be turned into an epiphany if emphasized uniquely or applied to the audience's specific circumstance.
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