The secret to having a powerful closing is planning in advance: Know what to say before the curtain comes down.
Keep your presentation uncluttered and distraction-free— but not necessarily short.
Classical conditioning is a powerful form of associative learning that can be applied to all of your presentations.
Want to capture your audience’s attention? Use your slides to trigger the right emotions at the right time.
You can use typography to impart meaning through your words. Make your audience respond on both emotional and physical levels.
The colors in your slides can affect moods, alter perceptions, encourage communication, and increase understanding. They can sell your products.
When preparing a presentation, utilize images that capitalize on your audience’s emotions as a way of imparting your message.
Icons can professionally and objectively relay information in a way that will captivate your audience.
Don’t fight public speaking or run away. Instead, accept it and manage your fears.
Knowing which body language mistakes to avoid is crucial to the success of any presentation.
One of the key things you must focus on as a presenter is how well you can use your voice.
An important, yet often overlooked, element of your presentation is knowing which screen size to present in.
Once you learn how to maximise your presentation potential, you stand a much greater chance of leaving a lasting impression. I know SlideBot will help you to do that.