Giving presentations is your chance to shine. We all know the standard advice, like not having too many words on your slides. Learn six important questions to ask yourself to ensure you're hitting the right notes every time.
- Presentations are a singular moment,…when everything you've been working for,…everything you've been preparing,…comes down to this one chance to make your case.…Obviously that's a critical time,…and we've all heard lots of advice about things to avoid.…Don't have too much text on your slides.…Don't read from a script.…You know the drill.…But if you really want to be effective,…here are six questions you should ask yourself…to make sure your presentation is hitting the right notes,…answering listener objections before they even occur,…and setting the stage for your audience to say yes.…
First, what's the problem you're solving?…It may be perfectly clear to you,…why you need to increase…the devices screen size by two inches,…or expand into the Latin American market,…or hire more frontline workers.…But it may not be self-evident to your listeners.…You need to be sure you're all operating…from the same context and that means…spelling out exactly what problem you're trying to address.…You also need to explain, why now?…
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