The Speak Fearlessly blog has just published a guest post I’ve written on the three key ingredients for planning a presentation. You can check it out at Presentation Planning Guide: The Three Key Ingredients.
Many people plan a presentation by brainstorming. I don’t recommend it. Brainstorming is an attempt to capture everything you know on a particular topic. That’s likely to overwhelm your audience. Here’s an example of a brainstorm for a presentation...
Many people who are otherwise confident presenters get nervous when they know that other experts will be in the audience. They think that when they’re the presenter they should know more about the topic than anyone else. Some presenters focus so much on the...
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Can't figure out your theme?
Concerned you won't be engaging? Time is running out?
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