It's never too late to learn something new.
The first thing is to remember it well by yourself :) It is, of course, a joke, but there is a piece of truth in it. What will help you make the presentation memorable and effective if you really know it already well?
You may brilliantly know the material of your presentation, look perfect and act charismatic on the stage. But this is not always enough for a great impression of your presentation.
If you decide to read something about giving presentations, you will see a number of identical or very similar recommendations. How to understand if these tips are correct? Which of them are really good and effective, and which are not?
Ok, that may be not a secret, though... :) Have you ever dreamed of a magic wand, superpower or other fantastic "helper" that would make your performance brilliant? It is more realistic than it seems!
What are you usually focusing on when preparing for the presentation and trying to imagine yourself in front of a crowd of people? 90% - on WHAT you will say and HOW you will look. But what about your goals?
This skill will come in handy when you will go on a stage to get your Oscar award. But not only for this :) Thank you speech, even if it is very short and consisting of a couple of sentences, one day will happen in your life.
The impression of your presentation is always based on whether you will be able to give enough to the listener. What does it mean? Your energy, your passion of what you are doing and your shining personality.
It is absolutely normal to be nervous before a public performance. But be sure: the most difficult time to stay calm is to stay calm before your first presentation. So, let's get started!
Posted in Tips by PodioBox on Jul 12, 2017
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