Join Laura Bergells for an in-depth discussion in this video Building storyboards, part of Public Speaking.
I'll confess: I'm a terrible artist.…My drawings look like chicken scratches.…However, I usually start every speech or presentation by drawing a rough storyboard.…Storyboards help me organize the flow of my presentation, and they also help me…recall key details without memorizing a script.…Let me explain how storyboards can work for you.…In the exercise files, we've provided an example of a blank storyboard.…A storyboard contains a place for you to put a picture as well as a place for…you to write your words.…
In the picture area, you may choose to draw or insert a representation of what…the audience may see as you're speaking.…In the area where you can write words, you can choose to scribble a short…synopsis of what you'll be discussing, or you may choose to write your entire script.…Let's start with how to build a general storyboard.…Like many people, I tend to think visually.…If I see a photo, drawing, or graph, I can usually recall an entire story to…tell about that image.…Instead of writing a detailed script to accompany a photo, I might instead draw…
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- Identifying your audience
- Developing credibility
- Introducing an agenda
- Exploring five strong opening techniques
- Developing great body language
- Understanding room dynamics
- Handling questions and answers
- Getting feedback<br><br>
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