Last updated on September 17, 2018
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If you’re like most people, you’d rather die than be in front of the classroom. I am not exaggerating: in this Gallup survey since 2001.
In my experience, the main reason people are afraid of public speaking is because.
In this blog, I will help you prepare and deliver a presentation that is not only.
Better to have.
When I set my first base address when I was 15 (in front of 500 people), I made sure I had all three points that were false on the sheet before me, including all my stories, analogies and jokes. That’s enough to keep in mind.
From a practical point of view, I like to write my presentation in the form of an essay before building slides, add anecdotes, and invent stories to include. In these days, I’m also trying to talk without slides, because I can use them as crutches. But if I have slides, I use Google Slides, Keynote, or something like that that can help me build a beautiful, rich presentation …
Use well-structured stories to make people understand “Why” your idea before giving them “What.”
Each story consists of three elements:
It consists of three parts: the beginning, the middle, and the end …
How does that work? I’ll check the old rhymes.Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch water …
Jack fell and broke the crown, and Jill stumbled …Here are the elements:
History is important for moving the presentation, but they are also important because they add emotions to your view. And only through your emotions, your audience will buy the idea that you’re trying to convince them to believe ..
As Simon Sinek said in his popular Ted Talk.
“People don’t buy what you do, they buy, why you do it.”
I had dinner with a couple of friends a few nights ago, and we talked about it.
When I fixed my brain to explain it, I remembered the story.
When I told my friends that analogy, to describe how people could.
Similarly, you can use fewer words using more descriptive analogies and illustrations ..
The book that showed me the true power of this is C.S. Lewis’s.
You may have the most grounding in history, with the most convincing historians who have ever told that leaving your audience feel empowered and informed after your presentation ..
But if you don’t want to.The most powerful way to be fun? Have fun with you. Don’t take it too seriously. In particular, I enjoyed the memoirs of Anna Kendrick.
And read the other memoirs, I made sure of it.
If you’re curious about the job being funny, check out Steve Martin’s book.Plus humor helps a lot with the next point:
The reason you want to tell stories, jokes, and use analogies is that.
Don’t start with the game, because at the beginning, people still feel uncomfortable and they don’t trust you. But if you are.
It doesn’t matter how comfortable you are becoming,
And finally, if you need a way to get yourself in front of the next presentation, check it out.
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