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  • Killer Presentation Series Part 1

    Blog Pic As a listener we know how it is easy to speak when we know how easy it is to present the views on any the topic or the product. But is it really so? Everyone wish to speak like Bill Gates or late Steve Jobs, but they lack in content or delivery as in a matter of time the content or delivery of the speaker gets transformed from muddled to mesmerizing.

    Presentation is not about using the bulk of compelling words in front of the audience but is simply a mode in which presenter takes the audience on a journey. As the art of public speaking is evolving in real time, audiences’ are demanding for a more interactive seminar. It is hard to give a good and interactive seminar to the audience unless you have something worth to talk about. And even if you are prepared with the content you should know how to deliver it.

    Many people feel deeply uncomfortable while giving presentations, their sentences tumble out incoherently and they lose self-confidence. Well you should know that good presenters are confident but confidence does not make a good presentation. Giving a good talk is highly coachable; you only need to put some efforts like:

    ·         Practice the talk several times in front of a live audience

    ·         Deliver the talks that people enjoy watching

    ·         Try to be more engaging while being nervous

    ·         Make people hang or lean on your every word.

    ·         Involve cycles of devising and revising a script

    ·         Make repeated rehearsals

    ·         Take out time for plenty of fine-tuning. 

    Conceptualizing and framing is the most vital part of preparation, thus you need to develop a sequential process that can help you deliver a presentation in a definite pattern. While giving presentations you should remember one thing that audience is there to listen and gain knowledge from you. And a narrative structure works best to engage people.

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