Andrea Pacini's podcast on all things presentations and public speaking.
Stand-up Comedy: Interview with David Whitney
In this interview with stand-up comedian David Whitney we talked about...:
- Fear of public speaking
- Preparation before getting in front of an audience
- How to find the funny if you are a very serious person
- How to read the audience in the moment
- Dealing with a difficult audience
- What to do before going on stage
- Public speaking lessons for business professionals
- and much more...
The Busy Person's Guide to Great Presenting - Interview with Lee Warren
In this interview with Keynote and Conference Business Speaker Lee Warren we talked about...:
Why grown-ups don’t use PowerPoint
Why you should care about presentations
How to warm up
Why all presentations are selling something
How to find your key messages with a single question
Why you should rehearse
The difference between rehearsal and practice
How to customise your talk for different audiences
How to prepare for difficult audiences
Tips for online presentations
If you’d like to learn more about how to create and deliver business presentations that get engagement or the sale, come and say hi at one of our next events in London: http://ideasonstageuk.eventbrite.com
The 5 Key Success Criteria for Any Presentation
If you want to be able to create and deliver great presentations, you need to make sure you meet 5 key success criteria. Remember the word SCORE:
In this video I unpack the Presentation SCORE method.
Make your next presentation naked.
The Most Important Factor For Great Presentations
There are three key arts of presenting:
Preparation (your story)
Design (your slides)
Delivery (your presence)
Which of the three do you think is the most important one?
Understanding The Importance of Presentation Design
You might have a great story to share with your audience, but if you use poor slides that don’t support and reinforce your message, your audience is not going to understand and remember.