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Succesful Public Speaking. (By A. Nikita)
The 10-20-30 Rule
10 slides+ 20 minutes+ 30 point font= effective business presentation.
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You have to consider:
b) What do you want to achieve.
c) What do you want people take from your presentation.
a) The purpose
Help to understand and remember.
Impact an clarity
Illustrate complex ideas processes and to maintain attention.
• Slide Shows: Purpose: reinforce the oral presentation to sell the message.
• Handouts: Notes given to the listeners.
• Overhead projectors: for an audience of 20-50 people.
• Props: Object used during the presentation.
• Flip charts: universal, inexpensive, used in brief presentations.
Do’s and Don’ts
Do not turn your back to the audience.
Do not read from your visuals.
Use a laser pointer.
Use charts and graphs about numerical information.
Use relevant images.
Do not mix fonts.
Choose professional-looking images.
The PPP of a successful speech.
THE PURPOSE: What do you want achieve?
THE DIRECTION OF THE SPEECH: Organizing details
THE AUDIENCE: the age, number, gender, professional background and interests.
Knowledge brings confidence.
b) Plan an outline.
Organize your ideas.
Attention Grabber. To indicate you start.
Introduction. It is the opening.
Body. It contains a detailed explanation.
Call-to-action. Is the closing punch line.
c) Add humor and personality
Remember that this is not an essay or something like that.
a) Select your material.
Use examples, interesting facts. Meaningful content
e) Tie loose ends together
Everything hast to work together and support each other.
d) Revise your speech: After you finish the draft.
Main verb early.
Pay attention to pauses and opportunities to breath.
Pauses for impact.
Emotional content-Short phrases.
Repeat the key idea.
Believe that your presentation will be amazing, but prepare yourself about possible details.
Face your audience.
Connect with people after the presentation.
To reduce nervousness. To gauge your timing.
c) Do the final dress rehearsal
b) Practice in front of other people
a) Practice alone
1h of preparation= 1m of presentation.
Analyze your performance after your presentation.
By Ángeles Quetzalli Sánchez Durán.