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Presentation skills success is based on following a practical presentation strategy and learning the techniques for delivering superior presentations. This website includes the important presentation fundamentals you need build your presentations. From there you can learn and practise the presentation techniques - because a superior presentation is about technique. To make you an even better presenter we offer you presentation tips, ideas and examples.

Presentations Skills: If you already know how important it is to be a better communicator, presenter or speaker - then this website is the resource for you. This website will show you how to be a better presenter. If you are only looking for a magic presentation pill then this site is not for you. This is a "how to be a better presenter" website. Enjoy, George Torok.

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  • Power Presentations Tip 01
    Power Presentations Tip 01 It's not about you Your presentation is not about you. It's about your audience. How can you create a presentation that is about your audience First, you need to understand ...
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    Power Presentations Tip 02 Begin with the end in mind Stephen Covey offers this advice in his book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. The book is written to develop personal leadership. You can apply this habit to your presentations in three ways...
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    Power Presenations Tip 03 Does your presentation pass the Google test? Learn from Google. They know something about the presentation of information. They took the chaotic information soup of the Internet and presented the information in ...
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    Power Presentation Tip 04 What's more powerful than your words? Your silence. The well placed pause is the simplest communication tool. The pause conveys your confidence more than your words. The pause engages your listeners because ...
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    Power Presentations Tip 05 Be like a talk show host Are you ready for a simple and effective method to both write and deliver your presentation? Interview yourself. Pick your topic. Decide on your key message. Design the process through which you need to take your listeners. Then frame that thought process with ...
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    Power Presentations Tip 06 80 will get you 90 Imagine if you were successful 90% of the time. That would be amazing. We humans have a natural urge to try to please everybody. That is the main reason we have trouble saying "no". That urge to please everybody can sabotage your effectiveness as a presenter. When delivering a presentation you need to focus on ...
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    Power Presentations Tip 07 Be present when you present That might sound funny to you. However, you might have noticed that some speakers don't appear to be with you when they are speaking to you. Perhaps they appear fidgety as if they prefer to be elsewhere. Perhaps they ...
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    Power Presentations Tip 08 No Jokes - no kidding Beware of that ancient book that suggests you start your presentation with a joke. Don't do that. No jokes please. Jokes don't fit anywhere in a business presentation. Why? Three reasons...
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    Power Presentations Tip 09 Why do you say that? Has this ever happened to you? You said something that you thought was significant and your audience gazed at you glassy eyed. You were hoping that they were thinking about what you said. Instead they were wondering, "Why did you say that?" Sometimes your audience might be thinking that - but often they won't say that. Instead they sit there quietly and daydream, hoping that you will finish soon because they have already stopped listening. What can you do to avoid this glassy eyed trauma? How can you keep your audience interested and actively listening?
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    Power Presentations Tip 10: Emphasize key points Your audience doesn't need to remember your presentation word for word. You probably only want them to remember your key points. But if they don't remember your key points then your presentation was a waste of time. What must you do to ensure that your audience remembers your key points?
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    Power Presentations Tip 10: Emphasize key points Your audience doesn't need to remember your presentation word for word. You probably only want them to remember your key points. But if they don't remember your key points then your presentation was a waste of time. What must you do to ensure that your audience remembers your key points?

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George Torok is a writer for Toastmaster magazine on presentation skills

George Torok is a frequent contributor to Toastmaster Magazine. He has presented at more than a dozen conferences for Toastmasters plus two international conventions. Toastmasters is the world's leading organization that teaches presentations skills.

 

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