Building Presentations Stage 5: Delivery - Deepstash

Building Presentations Stage 5: Delivery

The final stage is delivery, when we finally put all of the preparation into practice. This is where our fears and nerves can really kick in, so it’s essential to be prepared and to focus on the how of delivery as well as that well-crafted content, those ethos and pathos factors.

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“An idea is something that won’t work unless you do.” - Thomas A. Edison

On presenting, appealing, persuading, influencing and communicating, and on seeing presentations as an ebb and flow caused by our own gravity, a tide under our control and to our service, not the other way around.

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