You see my friend, chances are that your presentations are designed to produce sales, convey ideas, educate people, or get them to make a decision.
But whatever your goal is, you’ll never succeed at reaching it if you can’t create effective presentations that have specific objectives, convey a clear message and create value for your audience. Still skeptical? Read on.
According to a new new Prezi survey, 70% of employed Americans who give presentations say presentation skills are critical to their success at work. 70% uffff… To me, this finding reflects just how important (and overlooked) making great presentations is to one’s career.
To show you how you can create great presentations, I’ve created an infographic that breaks down all the steps you need to follow.
9 Presentation Tips That’ll Juice Up Your Deck
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Conclusion – How to Make Great Presentations?
Let’s recap here… effective presentations boils down to these 9 tips:
HAHA, so clearly… there’s still a bunch of work to be done.
Too many presentations are just focused on getting people notice unimportant details that won’t fix their problems, benefit to them or help them in some way. There’s too much fluff, too much fat, and not enough meat.
So yes my friend, focus on the meat, and make sure to deliver content that pinpoints your audience interest. Help them get more of what they want. Educate them. Get ’em to learn something that can benefits to THEM. Always start with asking yourself:
“What are my goals + what are my audience goals?”
Start from there, identify what needs to be covered in your deck to reach these goals, and you’ll be set to deliver effective presentations that make sense.