You want to capture your audience. You want to make a difference. You want to give your presentation without throwing up.
Then don’t make these three most common presentation mistakes.
Too much stuff on your visuals.
Yesterday I worked with an executive on a presentation he is Read more [...]
The Study: In 2014 researchers studied the role of communication when treating chronic pack pain. Half the patients received mild electrical stimulation. The other half received a placebo treatment.
The study gets more interesting --- each group was subdivided in half. One half received limited conversation Read more [...]
Mark Twain once said, “It takes me a good two weeks to prepare for an impromptu speech.” As I conclude this 7-part series on how to think on your feet (all the blogs are really short!), here’s the overall answer: By using categories, your listeners will have a better chance of remembering your Read more [...]
Thinking On Your Feet Tip #6
Use the point-of-view method. Discuss your topic from various points of view; such as, your marketing department, your financial department, and your customers’ desires. Or, the point of view from your boss, your team, and your competitor. Or, on a personal front if Read more [...]
How to Think On Your Feet Tip #4
State your answers chronologically. This method works well for illustrations, instructional material, or any situation involving a timeline. Provide your info using a linear format. Then give a summary sentence.
Example: “Sam, tell the Board about Invexa.”
“Alex Read more [...]