You may brilliantly know the material of your presentation, look perfect and act charismatic on the stage. But this is not always enough for a great impression of your presentation.
If you decide to read something about giving presentations, you will see a number of identical or very similar recommendations. How to understand if these tips are correct? Which of them are really good and effective, and which are not?
Ok, that may be not a secret, though... :) Have you ever dreamed of a magic wand, superpower or other fantastic "helper" that would make your performance brilliant? It is more realistic than it seems!
What are you usually focusing on when preparing for the presentation and trying to imagine yourself in front of a crowd of people? 90% - on WHAT you will say and HOW you will look. But what about your goals?
What is the difference between a presentation of a product and a presentation of a service? Perhaps, there is no fundamental contrasts, but there are certain nuances in delivering of information to a potential customer.
Posted in PodioProfy on Jul 06, 2017
You have created a product or service. The work is completed, and now the most difficult and the most interesting is going to happen.
Do you know what is Death by PowerPoint? Sounds strange, huh. This is an interesting and common phenomenon that the majority of speakers have faced at least once in their career.
It's like dancing, when you are a skilled leading partner who knows all the moves well, but also really feels music and rhythm. Let's dance?
Sure, you know we produce it :) We are the authors of PodioBox, the all-in-one platform that was made for everyone who gives presentations and works in live event field. This is our 'child' and we love it. But this is not the answer.
You will find this advice in every guide, in every article and video about secrets of public speaking and quality of presentations. Identify your audience. Study your audience. Know your audience.