Are your presentations compelling? Learn the art of presenting in front of an audience, making presentations that can persuade, and lead your audience to action.
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The hegemony of PowerPoint is over.
The first master of the art believed in ethos, pathos, and logos.
Then add a victim. Then be the hero.
Sometimes you just need to start a conversation.
They're natural, but you don't have to be captive to them.
Do what comes naturally to you.
Imagine you had only 30 seconds to make your point.
The “backloaded business sentence” must. Go. Away.
Plan it out with sticky notes.
It's worth the effort, because it provides a shortcut to understanding.
The most popular talks shared three common attributes.
If you say too much, you don't say anything.
The most effective presentations are interactive.
It all starts with preparation.
Be thoughtful and strategic.
Avoid PowerPoint hell.
And other public speaking tips from a comedian.
Ask yourself these questions.