preparation advice

"The time to repair the roof is when the sun is shining" - John F Kennedy

Believing there is not enough time to a put a presentation together is one of the most common reasons people fear speaking publicly - we don't want to look uninformed or be humiliated by the experience. We live in a world with a myriad of distractions, stepping away from these to prepare and focus on your message will give you the greatest chance of succeeding.

Below are a few helpful tips to consider when preparing for your next presentation.

handle difficult questions

Prepare yourself for potentially difficult questions & respond with ease and flair

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use personal disclosure

Reach out & connect with others by disclosing experiences from your own life

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use a clicker

Make life easier and invest in a wireless presentation 'clicker' - but use it properly!

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tell great stories

Weave story into presentations to give them a clear beginning, middle and end

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create an elevator pitch

Condense your message into a 30 second presentation using this simple process

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the power of three

Use the power of 3 & tap into a classic technique to connect with an audience

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