Take us on a Journey!
Let’s hear your story. An effective way to connect and bond with your audience is through personal stories. Craft your presentation around an event that brought you to an ‘aha’ moment. You’re going to have to dig deep into your life to connect your material to a personal moment or event.
Keep your Presentation focused
A well-told story is awesome — but make sure it has a central theme that can inspire and motivate. Your audience will only retain about 30 % of your material – so make sure to repeat and reinforce your core ideas.
Be a Problem Solver!
Have a big idea that you’re ready to tackle. Start with the status quo and reveal what you and your audience are going to do to change it.
Have a Conversation…
The best way to zone an audience out? Read to them! Think about your presentation as a conversation — make it as informal and casual as possible. The best way to achieve this? Practice! Know your material inside and out. Using notes or a teleprompter to practice before the big day, can be a big help. It might take hours, weeks or months to get comfortable and relaxed with your material — that’s totally normal and expected!
Think about your presentation as a conversation — keep it informal and casual. The best way to achieve this?
Practice! Know your material inside and out. Consider using notes or a teleprompter to practice or use during the event.
Smart Visual Aids 🙂
Use dynamic visuals to reinforce your speech. Visuals that speak to your points or keep us engaged are widely effective.