5 Tips For Delivering A Great Presentation How To Speak In Front Of Others Public Speaking Tips
5 Tips For Delivering A Great Presentation How To Speak In Front Of Others Public Speaking Tips Hi. IÃm Antonio Centeno, the founder of Real Men Real Style. Today, weÃre going to be talking about 5 tips that you can use to deliver an awesome presentation. Okay, if you havenÃt already, please subscribe to our channel. By doing that, these tutorials will come right to you. In addition, if you like this tutorial, if you find it useful, please click on the like button down below and last but not least, if you want to learn more about MenÃs style and presenting in general, IÃve got a free 47 page Ebook thatÃs mostly about MenÃs.
Style but we also, in other places, I will talk about presentations. In fact, IÃm going to link you to an article on presentations right down there. Okay so letÃs get to what are my 5 tips so that you can deliver an awesome presentation. One, you need to practice. Number two, you need to keep the audience, keep the listeners engaged. Number three, you need to keep it simple and sweet. Number four, properly use visuals and number five, you need to bring it. Okay so letÃs talk about practice. You hear this all the time. IÃm not bringing anything new but really no one can wing it. Of course you know there are people like Tony Robins.
Who gets off a airplane, he goes right to the stage but heÃs thinking about what heÃs going to cover and heÃs practiced hundreds, if not, probably thousands of times. If youÃre new to speaking in front of an audience and most of us are, most of us donÃt get in front of, arenÃt professional speakers. You need to practice and you need to practice a lot especially if you donÃt know what or you havenÃt done this for a long time because if you lock up in front of an audience, itÃs different. In front of the camera, I can go over there and I can restart this and in fact, this tutorial, IÃve probably restarted 4 times. But at the end of the day, I control it. With an audience,.
You donÃt. You donÃt want to lock up so let me give you an example. When I was interviewing in business school, I went to this really high end consulting company and they brought me into a hotel and I was sitting there with the consultant. We were having a nice conversation and all of a sudden he turns on the interview and he starts asking me very difficult business questions which I didnÃt even know half of the stuff that heÃs talking about. I wasnÃt prepared for it and it just caught me and I froze up. Now, the reason I told you that story is actually IÃm leading this to part two so weÃve talked about preparation. Now, itÃs grabbing attention. Do you notice how when I told you that story about the consulting.
Interview, you immediately probably tuned a bit more into this tutorial. ThatÃs because I grabbed your attention. I shared with you an experience, which is true by the way, but itÃs one that you can relate to because youÃve locked up. YouÃve had instances in which having somebody talk to you in a language that youÃre just totally lost on. So donÃt be afraid to find a way to bring the audience in. One of the best ways is a story and youÃre going to need to do this every 10 to 15 minutes because you canÃt just give people tons of information. You can give them information for a few minutes but after 10 to 15 minutes, you need to bring them back with a story or bring them back.
With a visual. Step away from the information and really, youÃre addressing a different part of the brain and you need to wake people up because your information may be great, may be beautiful but youÃre going to put them to sleep. So letÃs talk about number three. Keep it simple and sweet. Ãs great about this. YouÃll notice most of the tutorials on are like 3 to 5 minutes long. Beyond that, you want to keep it simple and sweet so if youÃve got a longer presentation, donÃt say that itÃs busting 35, going up to 60 minutes, really look at do you need to use that full 60 minutes? Just because they give you 60 minutes, does not mean you have to.
Use the full 60 minutes. Okay, now letÃs talk about visuals. PowerPoint is overused. I remember when PowerPoint first came out and it was like Ã¬Wow!Ã® ThatÃs really cool and before that, we were all using the overheads and projectors. PowerPoint is awesome but it is so overused. You donÃt have to use PowerPoint. Your visuals need to serve you. You donÃt want to serve your visuals so never just read off of PowerPoint. If youÃre going to use PowerPoint, use it to get the main points across. You never want to redirect them from the slide. Look over to your PowerPoint, maybe pull one of two notes from it but somebody should not be able.