As a speaker, your best presentations must do three things –
Have a strong story before you go into any presentation. This should be relevant to the overarching theme, novel, and should relate to the audience (ask yourself, what is in it for them?)
Your inputs are of value and deserve all the attention. To avoid making people snooze as you present and share add drama, color, light humor, and interaction to your speech. Have a Red Bull, if you must before presenting! Exude energy.
Greatest presenters are excellent at weaving personal experiences in presentations. Sift through your past, recall stories you may have heard which moved you. Share your lessons, and audience will connect to you instantly.
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Author: Deepshikha Kumar Anand
Deepshikha is the founder and Managing Partner at SpeakIn – India’s first and largest consortium of business experts servicing over 200 areas of expertise. The winner of 2017 Asia Women Icon Award for entrepreneurship she works with speakers, industry experts and thought leaders globally, engaging these leaders to inspire, motivate and channelize events.