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Webinar: The 5 Cs of a successful presentation

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Transcript of Webinar: The 5 Cs of a successful presentation

Don’t open your presentation software yet!
Humans remember story over data.
Stick to the script.
Close your laptop.
FIVE Cs
OF A SUCCESSFUL
PRESENTATION
THE
ShutterStock, iStock Photo, Getty Images.

Humans understand concepts
60,000 TIMES FASTER
with visuals than they do reading words.
Ditch the bullet points.
Practice your presentation as much as you can.
Record yourself presenting it and play it back.
Remove the bad habits and run through it again.
BE REMEMBERED!
www.theprezenter.com
@ThePrezenter
We will begin soon.
#ForgetSlides @ThePrezenter
Start chatting now on....
Russell Anderson-Williams
Help people in business be more creative
30 minutes
?
15 minutes
Use chat box for questions
@ThePrezenter @Prezi
#ForgetSlides
45 minutes in total
FIVE Cs
OF A SUCCESSFUL
PRESENTATION
THE
Was it worth it?
Grab Pen & Paper.
If it cant fit on a post-it note refine it and make it simple.
Make it
S.M.A.R.T.
Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-bound
MS Word, Evernote, Google Docs.
Does your content link to the CORE message?
Find and use an interesting narrative.
Don't just steal images from Google!
Bullets kill.
People don't remember bullets.
Some questions with me,
Russell Anderson-Williams.

russell@theprezenter.com
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