5 Tips to Improve Your Presentations in 2015

????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Would you like to improve your presentations and speeches this coming year 2015? Below are five tips:

(1) Turn off the computer.
All ideas come from the head and from there, they must be taken out and put in writing, better yet, put them on the wall and spread them out on the table so you can easily see them all and thresh them out.

(2) Put the audience first.
When your stories are done well, they really become the stories of your audience. Whatever message you want to convey, your audience should be able to resonate with them.

(3) Have a solid structure.
The structure you make won’t be visible to your audience but it will make all the difference when you build the narrative of your story.

(4) Have a clear theme.
Make your message very clear. What do you want your audience to remember? Make sure that they do.

(5) Remove the nonessential.
Be ruthless when cutting out the non-important details of your presentation.

These are just 5 of the things you can do to improve your content marketing. There are more if you head to this link: 10 tips for improving your presentations & speeches

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One Response to 5 Tips to Improve Your Presentations in 2015

  1. Leon Smook says:

    Great tips! Although I would like to add to the fifth point. Details can make your story and presentation lively and memorable, especially when telling an anecdote. However, your message should be free from any unnecessary details. These details will hide the real message and your speech will have less impact on your audience.

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