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10 Killer Tips for an Amazing Presentation - Way Before You Actually Give One

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Some months ago, we shared a blog post with 10 killer tips on how to prepare yourself for an amazing PowerPoint presentation. Now we've created a SlideShare that gives you these presentation tips in a visual and engaging way.

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10 Killer Tips for an Amazing Presentation - Way Before You Actually Give One

  1. 1. An Amazing
 Presentation 10 Killer Tips for (Way Before You Actually Give One)
  2. 2. Being effective as a presenter 
 is really difficult, and you have to think about many things even before giving your actual presentation.
  3. 3. Things like 
 the light of the room
  4. 4. The amount of people in the audience
  5. 5. Or the type of operating system the computer you’ll be using actually has.
  6. 6. Because let’s face it, sometimes things don’t come out as you planned them.
  7. 7. And it’s exactly when those things happen, that you have to be one step ahead and adapt to the new situation.
  8. 8. With that in mind, we’ve decided to give you 10 tips to read before you prepare your next big presentation. 10
  9. 9. Are you ready?
  10. 10. Know yourAUD
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  11. 11. Remember that it’s all about them.
  12. 12. Not you, but them.
  13. 13. You’ve been chosen to teach your audience something that will benefit them
  14. 14. So don’t bore them with useless information or too much data. z zz
  15. 15. Put yourself in their shoes.
  16. 16. Analyze how they’re more likely to process the information you’re preparing.
  17. 17. Are they teenagers? Include images, and videos, popular references and talk to them casually.
  18. 18. Are 
 they your 
 financial team 
 waiting for the past 
 semester reports? Share the 
 best results first, ask them questions, 
 use graphics instead of tables, prepare handouts.
  19. 19. Each audience is unique, so make sure that you adapt your presentation to your audience.
  20. 20. Know yourPUR
 POSE
  21. 21. Your audience has to leave the room with a single thing in their mind…
  22. 22. what you want for them to do, reflect, remember, think.
  23. 23. That’s why you actually have to and build the rest of the presentation from there. start with the end in mind
  24. 24. Just ask yourself: “If the audience could remember only one thing from my talk, what would I want it to be?”
  25. 25. When you know the answer to this question, everything will be easier. So structure 
 your presentation 
 around that.
  26. 26. Know yourCO
 NT
 ENT
  27. 27. There’s 
 nothing better than using pen and paper to sketch how your presentation will flow.
  28. 28. Just write 
 everything you 
 can come up with…
  29. 29. Ideas, thoughts about some subjects, images or icons that you’d like to use, videos or stories that can complement your points, how you’ll divide your talk, etc.
  30. 30. Notice 
 that we don’t even 
 need to open PowerPoint or Keynote for these first three tips!
  31. 31. Which is actually an important point!
  32. 32. Starting offline and away from your computer will help you get inspired and boost your creativity.
  33. 33. Avoid TEM PLA TES
  34. 34. The truth is that 
 you don’t really need them.
  35. 35. Click to add Title Notes No.Date Logo The idea of having everything ready for you to fill up, can work for presentations that need to be released continuously. Some other decorative add-ons
  36. 36. Click to add Title Notes No.Date Logo The idea of having everything ready for you to fill up, can work for presentations that need to be released continuously. Some other decorative add-ons But for the best presentation you’ve ever did? We don’t think so.
  37. 37. You should start with a blank slide and nothing else.
  38. 38. Without limits and restrictions that condition you along the entire presentation. Limits Restrictions 38 Double-click to edit • Double-click to edit Limits
  39. 39. Just a blank slide in front of you.
  40. 40. And you start to see all the amazing possibilities that come with that…
  41. 41. Full-screen images and videos
  42. 42. A text-box with a single message on it. TOGETHER WE CREATE.
  43. 43. Experimentation is key here.
  44. 44. Just try and test 
 all the amazing tools PowerPoint and Keynote have for you (without you even knowing*) *Because you’ve been using templates all the time.
  45. 45. Reduce text to a MINI MUM
  46. 46. Text is virtually useless when you’re talking in front of your slides.
  47. 47. Actually, the best slides are the ones with no text at all.
  48. 48. When you let images, icons and graphics illustrate and explain your thoughts, points and ideas.
  49. 49. Remember that slides are there to support you, not to make you invisible.
  50. 50. So, learn to see what’s important and what’s not, what you can include in the slides and 
 what you can actually talk about 
 in further detail.
  51. 51. Make itLE GI BLE
  52. 52. Use a font style that is simple and clear.
  53. 53. * A French/Dutch term meaning “without outside lines” When 
 it comes to slides, we recommend using Sans Serif* fonts
  54. 54. Arial, Futura, Century Gothic Calibri. or Like
  55. 55. They all have 
 plain straight 
 lines and shapes, which means they 
 are easy to read 
 when projected.
  56. 56. (Also known as Serif fonts.) Times New Roman, Courier New, Georgia, Rockwell… or Unlike
  57. 57. … that have extra decorative details outside their letter lines.
  58. 58. And now that 
 you already know which types of fonts work better in presentations,
  59. 59. make them bigtoo.
  60. 60. BIG Really Like…
  61. 61. Big enough to be read at a distance of 4 meters.
  62. 62. 60 pts. 90 pts. 120 pts. 30 pts. A good rule of thumb is to never use font sizes that are less than
  63. 63. See slides as ADS
  64. 64. Nothing 
 is more powerful than a message delivered effectively as an ad in a magazine or a billboard.
  65. 65. A 
 powerful image 
 and just the right amount of information.
  66. 66. 1 That’s why you need to limit your ideas to per slide 1
  67. 67. Especially if you have lots of information. In that case, break it up into more than one slide.
  68. 68. The points per slide are important too Try to limit them to 
 3 per slide To not overload it with too many things One Two Three
  69. 69. Because just like an ad, the audience should be able to grasp your points in less than 5seconds
  70. 70. 5 seconds should be ENOUGH.
  71. 71. So your audience can actually listen to what you have to say instead of reading what’s on your slides.
  72. 72. Keep itSIM PL E
  73. 73. This should be the basis for the entire process of creating a presentation.
  74. 74. Don’t let your message get lost in the middle of complicated definitions, busy charts 
 and unnecessary slides. Just 
 focus on what’s really 
 important.
  75. 75. Every slide should have always a clear objective.
  76. 76. So don’t feel tempted to fill it with
  77. 77. So don’t feel tempted to fill it with logos,
  78. 78. So don’t feel tempted to fill it with logos, page numbers, 79
  79. 79. 79 Keep it Simple • This should be the basis for the entire process of creating a presentation • Don’t let your message get lost in the middle of complicated definitions, busy charts and unnecessary slides. Just focus on what’s really 
 important • Every slide should have always a clear objective • So don’t feel tempted to fill it with logos, page numbers, more text… So don’t feel tempted to fill it with logos, page numbers, more text
  80. 80. So don’t feel tempted to fill it with logos, page numbers, more text or anything else that will end up distracting your audience. 79 Keep it Simple • This should be the basis for the entire process of creating a presentation • Don’t let your message get lost in the middle of complicated definitions, busy charts and unnecessary slides. Just focus on what’s really 
 important • Every slide should have always a clear objective • So don’t feel tempted to fill it with logos, page numbers, more text…
  81. 81. White space is actually very precious in graphic design.
  82. 82. powerfulRespect it and you’ll see how powerful your message becomes.
  83. 83. Be aware of EVER YTHI NG
  84. 84. Almost every presentation has to adjust itself to some guidelines.
  85. 85. And it’s your job to find out what they are and plan your talk according to them.
  86. 86. Like knowing if you’re allowed to use your computer or not.
  87. 87. If your version of Microsoft Office is supported. !
  88. 88. If the operating system is either Microsoft or Apple.
  89. 89. 4:3 Standard If slides need to be widescreen or standard. 16:9 Widescreen
  90. 90. If you need to install other fonts or just use the ones that comes with Office. Aa
  91. 91. If you’re allowed to use a pointer.
  92. 92. If they have a remote or you need to bring your own.
  93. 93. You can’t leave anything by chance!
  94. 94. Because the real success of your presentation depends even of the things you can’t completely control.
  95. 95. Always BACK UP
  96. 96. Accidents happen.
  97. 97. You have to be ready to face them in case something happens while you’re presenting.
  98. 98. Save your presentation as a PDF.
  99. 99. Take a printable version of it with you.
  100. 100. Write up some notes in a few cards. 10 Killer Tips (Pt. 1) Light in room + your audience Intro (3min) Operating system… problems: adapt! 10 tips introduction Talk about personal experience (5min)
  101. 101. You’ll be 
 able to continue just in case electricity goes down or the projector stops working Believe it or not, it happens a lot!
  102. 102. But 
 technical issues don’t have to limit you!
  103. 103. If you follow these tips carefully, you’ll be ready to continue and deliver an amazing 
 presentation with or without slides.
  104. 104. The stage is all yours now.
  105. 105. But before we go...
  106. 106. We have 3 more things to tell you.
  107. 107. If you liked these tips Share them!
  108. 108. If you liked the presentation Download it!
  109. 109. If you think we can help you with your next presentation Let us know!
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