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Tips to pitch

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A seminar organised for Haute Ecole Albert Jacquard Web Design students in order to help them be better at pitching their ideas and creations

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Tips to pitch

  1. 1. Tips & Tricksto Elevate your pitch HEAJ - September 2012
  2. 2. HelloI am David
  3. 3. My Objective isTo help you tell stories
  4. 4. Rules of engagement1. Learn & Share2. No judgement3. Constructive feedback only4. Ask questions5. Dare to jump
  5. 5. A few tips to start
  6. 6. 1. Conceptually
  7. 7. Know How &Know Why © Guillaume
  8. 8. Tell your Story
  9. 9. Convey Emotions
  10. 10. Believe in Yourself
  11. 11. Build Momentum
  12. 12. Have Fun
  13. 13. Seduce
  14. 14. 2. Practically
  15. 15. Take the Time
  16. 16. Breathe in Silence
  17. 17. Use the Context
  18. 18. Talk to your audience
  19. 19. Use your Voice
  20. 20. Look at your audience
  21. 21. Your Body is your Buddy
  22. 22. Technology serves You
  23. 23. Rehearse
  24. 24. Inspiring speeches Sir Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity?
  25. 25. Inspiring speechesSteve Jobs 2005 Stanford Commencement Address
  26. 26. • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GigYWy2UmOY• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qp0HIF3SfI4
  27. 27. An example with Raz*War
  28. 28. Let’s Exercise !
  29. 29. 10 min prep Exercise 1 (solo)• Introduce yourself to the group in less than 60 secs• Tell ‣ who you are, ‣ why you study design, ‣ what’s your favorite color and why Why / Story
  30. 30. Exercise 1 - feedback round What have you learned?
  31. 31. 5 min prep Exercise 2 (in pairs)• Look your partner in the eye and tell him / her why you choose these studies without losing his / her sight ‣ Max. 2 minutes Look / Focus / Seduce
  32. 32. Exercise 2 - feedback round What have you learned?
  33. 33. 5 min prep Exercise 3 (solo)• Tell us a funny / nice story about holidays during your childhood • Max. 2 minutes • You will be opposite to the crowd while telling the story Voice / Story / Fun
  34. 34. Exercise 3 - feedback round What have you learned?
  35. 35. 5 min prep Exercise 4 (solo)• Think of a website you love and tell us 3 reasons why you think it is outperforming ‣ Max. 1.5 minutes ‣ You can use the laptop Argument / Structure / Why / Techno
  36. 36. Exercise 4 - feedback round What have you learned?
  37. 37. no prep Exercise 5 (solo)• Stand in front of the group in silence for 60 seconds and look everyone in the eye Space / Silence / Look
  38. 38. Exercise 5 - feedback round What have you learned?

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