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How to Overcome Nervousness When Doing
PowerPoint Presentation?


Lecture 31

Sample Presentations


You

will

see,

the

use

of
:


pictures

and

graphics


big

fonts,

and



minimal

text

is

common


These

great

designs

will

give

you

some

inspiration

for

your

power

point

presentations
.

Winners of World’s Best Presentation Contest

Sample 1

Best Presentation Secrets

1
)


What

is

the

one

big

idea

you

want

to

leave

with

your

audience?

It

should

be

short,

memorable,

and

in

subject
-
verb
-
object

sequence
.


Best Presentation Secrets

2)

Identify why you're excited about this

topic/company/product/feature, etc.


Best Presentation Secrets

3
)


Write

out

the

three

messages

you

want


the

audience

to

receive,

and

develop


metaphors

and

analogies

in

support
.



Best Presentation Secrets

4)


Include

a

demonstration

if

your

product


topic

lends

itself

to

such
.




E
.
g
.


pull

the

product

out

of

your

pocket

if



it

is

'pocket
-
sized
.
'



Best Presentation Secrets

5
)


Invite

partners

and

customers

to


participate
.



Best Presentation Secrets

6)

Include video clips if helpful, but limit to

three minutes or less.



Best Presentation Secrets

7
)


Answer

the

"Why

should

I

care?"

that's

in


the

audience's

mind
.

Have

a

passion

for


creating

a

better

future
.



Best Presentation Secrets

8
)


Having

an

enemy

(e
.
g
.

IBM,

Microsoft)


helps

visualize

'the

problem'

you're


solving
.



Best Presentation Secrets

9)

Simplify your presentation (and products).



Best Presentation Secrets

10)


Make numbers meaningful





e.g. "Stores 1,000 songs," not "5 GB

memory."



Best Presentation Secrets

11
)


Don't

use

'bullet
-
point'

style

visuals
;


instead,

use

short

phrases

that

accompany


your

talk,

or

pictures
.



12)

Practice, practice, practice
-

and ask for

feedback.


Best Presentation Secrets

Sample 2

Sample 3

Developing The Attitude of a
Successful Public Speaker I


Remember that
you

know your subject


Know your material well.
Be the expert.

Your primary duty is


to understand what your audience
needs

to
know


and prepare the message and supporting
materials in a way that delivers your message
clearly

and
powerfuly



Developing The Attitude of a
Successful Public Speaker II


Remember that the stage fright is normal,
and be open about it


Practice your presentation, do pilot tests


Get the audience to participate


Establish a rapport by using names & eye
contact


Establish & check the equipment

Developing The Attitude of a
Successful Public Speaker III


Research your audience, get acquainted with
at least one
or two
audience


Relax, breathe deeply, visualize yourself
successfuly


Dress comfortably and appropriately


Use your own style. Do not imitate anyone


Use audiovisual aids, for a visual impact


Planning

The most critical step in preparation is

understanding the purpose


Why

am I giving this presentation?


What

do I want the audience
know

or
to do

at
the end of the presentation?


How

do I want the audience to
feel
?


Know your audience


Why should they listen to you?


How does what you say affect them?


What is in it for them to listen to you?


Why is it important for the audience to hear
what you have to say?

Collect information about what the audience
expect to hear.

Sections of a Presentation

There are 3 sections of a presentation


1. Introduction

2. Main Body

3. Conclusion


1. Introduction


For taking the attention and convincing them
to listen to you.


Never apologize for anything wrong.


Make your audience think that they are going
to be informed, entertained or enlightened.


Start your spech with power.

Main elements in Introduction I


Begin your talk with an attention getter. With
an interesting story or a question


Next, tell what is in it for them: Let them know
that your information is relevant to their
needs.


Increase your credibility by relating something
about your background and expertise

Main elements in Introduction II


Present yor agenda: the outline

“Tell them what you are going to tell them,

Tell them, and

Tell them what you just told them”


What do you expect of the audience

Inform them on question
-
answer session etc.


2. Main Body I


Deliver what you promised in the shortest
and most interesting way


Keep in mind in structuring your message
that

1.
Attention cycle &

2.
Pacing


Use repetition for remembering

2. Main Body II


Use stories and examples for connection &
association


Use intensity by tone of your voice, colors
and bolds are for visual intensity


Use visuals, hands, graphics, statistics,
group participation etc


Conclusion


Repeat your main idea or begin with

“Let’s review the main points we’ve covered”


Last opportunity to emphasize main points.


Must be strong and persuasive.


You call for and encourage appropriate action

To Do in Visuals


Check equipment


Present one idea per slide


Use dark background and light lettering


Use maximum 6 lines per slide


Use maximum 6 words per slide


Keep slides simple

Avoid in Visuals


Crowd information


Turn your back to audience


Just reading lines like notes


Go back in slides for repeating


Turn off the lights any longer than necessary


Watch this video

References


http
:
//www
.
free
-
power
-
point
-
templates
.
com/winners
-
of
-
worlds
-
best
-
presentation
-
contest/


http
:
//presentinenglish
.
com/returning
-
to
-
one
-
of
-
the
-
best
-
presentations
-
ever