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1. Keep things simple — keep them on target

1. Keep things simple — keep them on target

Start with specific, written objectives and a strategy. You need a theme to give your presentation unity and direction, and to fix your purpose in your audience’s mind. Make it a simple theme, easy to remember, and open with it, using a headline to state it. Tie every element in your presentation to the theme.

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