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10 Most Common Rookie Presentation Mistakes
Terry Gaulton 25 March 2016
Transcript of 10 Most Common Rookie Presentation Mistakes
6.Playing it safe.
8. Take yourself too seriously.
9. Too much material.
7. Avoid vulnerability.
5. Data-centric presentations.
1. Small-scale gesture.
2. Low energy.
1. Mastery: large gesture
(hit the space bar at any point to move on)
Mastery: High energy.
Rookie's iterative process
3. Not preparing enough.
4. Not practicing enough.
Mastery: Get feedback, refine.
Mastery through deliberate practice
Mastery: Take a risk!
“A ship is always safe at the shore - but that is NOT what it is built for.”
Mastery: Short & sweet.
2 + minutes | 10 Sentences | 278 words
Mastery: measured, rhythmic speech.
Mastery: Have fun.
How to Avoid
by Terry Gault, The Henderson Group
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Who would you rather hang out with, Dwight...
Mastery: Get vulnerable.
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Mastery: Tell a human story.