These 6 Presentation Skill Will Sharp Your Idea
Updated on July 22, 2016 in Startups
17 on July 11, 2016
Simplicity 
Have an argument or main topic and stick to it.
Story
Having a story will help your audience remember your presentation.
Challenge 
Don’t state the obvious . Challenge your audience with a new idea.
Credibility 
Use data to back up your statement, Then people will trust in your idea.
Concreteness  
Use simple metaphors and examples to clarify your points.
Emotions 
Appeal to the emotions of your audience and Try to present your story with emotions.
I Tried to Make It Simple. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask 🙂
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1 on July 11, 2016

I accepted your points and what you think about this point, “Practice”

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on July 11, 2016

After completion of those 6 things, we need to repeat it as loop process. That’s we called Practice.

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0 on July 14, 2016

Very concisely placed @Saruban.. Can you show me some examples of really good presentations? 

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0 on July 14, 2016

https://youtu.be/c0KYU2j0TM4

What can we learn from Susan Cain’s style?

  • Strong Storytelling capability
  • Humor
  • Prop placement to create intrigue
  • Animated tone, facial expressions and hand gestures
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0 on July 14, 2016

https://youtu.be/vN4U5FqrOdQ

Best Presentation ever by Steve 

What can we learn from Steve Jobs’ style?

  • No bullet points
  • Minimal use of text
  • Effective visuals
  • Strong Storytelling capability
  • Animated tone, created build up to his main points
    Steve’s Style ;
  • Express your passion.
  • Inspire your audience.
  • Prepare and practice excessively.
  •  Avoid reading from notes. Tell stories.
  • Sell the benefit.
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0 on July 14, 2016

Thanks for Well observe and sharing the core in a keen way @Saruban Any tips About How factors like niche concern affect the pitch variations,

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2 on July 15, 2016

Hi, Guys, when I searching the google about “How to give a perfect presentation?” I did read an article about  what are the body languages must be avoided during the presentation. I’ve shared that link here.

http://bit.ly/1WMAryv

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on July 15, 2016

Thank you @Dilexshan to share more appropriate things to make sharp our skills

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on July 21, 2016

Thanks for Share this article #Dilan bcz  I did show many mistakes in my presentation, however I’ll fix my mistakes in my future presentation.

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4 on July 15, 2016

Thanks for sharing us the Article @Dilan. It’s very useful for me. Because I always make some mistakes in the presentation.So, I have to change of these criteria in my future.

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on July 15, 2016

@Nigetha Can you share your thoughts during the presentation? Because so many peoples have variety attitudes in their presentation, Therefore you may share your thoughts here because it will help us

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on July 21, 2016

#Dilan Presentation is a very important and useful for our workplace as it helps us to improve our knowledge. So, here are some points for building confidence:

  • Prepare your topic
  • Practice your speech
  • Make Eye contact
  • Body language
  • Dress up well

It will help us all to grow.

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on July 21, 2016

#Nigetha Thanks for sharing the points.But most of the people following these ways but I asked, do you have any different ways for your presentation.

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on July 21, 2016

Usually, I avoid talking more in presentation time #dilexshan . If we sketch our presentation topic in infographic format or mind map format, we can easily present it without more talk.

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0 on July 15, 2016

I got this when I crawled in the web. These things should avoid in Presentation. 
http://goo.gl/7EHUvA

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0 on July 15, 2016

Hi Guys Thanks for gave the presentation skill improvement tips. However, If we very well practice  we will be a better presenter in this world.

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0 on July 22, 2016

Thanks for sharing in the presentation tips. I feel back using future

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