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  • Killer Presentation Series Part 2

    Blog Pic Do you like cooking, squash, sailing, wine appreciation, business or perhaps selling? Are you getting a chance to come up on the stage and give the most killer Presentation on your favorite subject? So here are some things which you should not prefer doing while presenting your work.


    •    Don’t try to give a world class presentation, just reflect your thoughts and subject line sequentially to avoid clutter and confusing concept

    •    Don’t pretend you know everything especially something you don’t know as you can be easily cross-questioned

    •    Don’t use jargon or get too technical in your subject, else you’ll lose the audiences’ grip and make your presentation boring

    •    Don’t be quick in introducing and finishing your work, as it reflects monotony and hinders the main purpose

    •    Don’t concentrate on scripts, it is just a recipe for disaster and creates Dual encoding while presenting the subject

    •    Prevent dynamism and prefer only dynamic and audience-centered concept to engage them

    •    Avoid driving a wedge between phonetic information and visual information to avoid confusion in the audience

    •    Avoid lots of pictures and humor that certainly works as a takeaway

    •    Don’t pretend to be excited and keep fake feeling that the audience is interested in your lecture, you need to incorporate the interest

    •    Don’t insert lots of slides as it makes the presentation lengthy and boring

    •    Don’t start by saying you don’t know something it will give a worse impact



    The major point in any presentation is, who the audience is and what do they desire to hear from you.  As the expert may be in the audience so you should remain clear in your concept and explore your knowledge without allowing the audience know that you are not an expert. Moreover, try explaining the audience why you have credibility on the subject by putting effective key questions.

    Participating in  Presentation of the year 2013.


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