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Public Speaking Tips : The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs

Posted on February 20th, 2011 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

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If you like to learn some of the techniques and styles that make Steve Jobs such a great presenter, here’s some excellent advice from Businessweek columnist Carmine Gallo, who is also the author of the book – The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs. I think it is an awesome video on presentation skills.

Here are some points extracted from the video:

  • Make your theme clear and consistent
  • Create a headline that sets the direction for the meeting
  • Provide the outline
  • Open and close each section with a clear transition
  • Make it easy for your listeners to follow your story
  • Demonstrate enthusiasm e.g. extraordinary, amazing, cool, incredible, unbelievable, awesome
  • Wow your audience by seeling an experience
  • Make numbers and statistics meaningful
  • Analogies help connect the dots for your audience
  • Make it visual
  • Point a simple picture that doesn’t overwhelm
  • Identify your memorable moment and build up to it
  • Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse
  • Last but not the least…
  • Give your audience an added bonus to walk away with

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