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Rhetorical Questions

Rhetorical questions are only used in presentation to capture the attention of your audience.

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In this stash I give some tips about academic writing, this is one I refer to every time I have to write something so be sure to safe it so you can too!

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Wrapping up your presentation

  • At the start of your presentation, you hooked the attention of your audience.
  • In the body of the presentation, you used stories.
  • Now they're wide open to you who can use words to influence and inspire them. You can drop wh...

Follow-up with your audience

Check in with your audience to make sure that they "got" what you intended to give:

  • Emphasize the main points of the presentation by strategically reintroducing them at the end.
  • Elicit feedback and answer audience questions, especially when a live Q&A session is p...

Begin With The Pitch

Any communication that you are willing to pay for begins effectively. 

Your job at the beginning of a talk is to capture attention and convince your audience that it's in their interest to listen. All's well that begins well.

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