10 presentation tips in under 10 minutes

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http://fbbr.co/preshero Discover 10 simple actionable tips that can instantly make your next presentation a success. Presentation Hero is a framework to structure, design and deliver any kind of presentation. In this first document we focus on presentation structure: how to captivate your audience, how to structure your narration, how to start, how to conclude your presentation? Discover the simplicity and clarity of Presentation Hero and improve your presentation skills.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 10 PRESENTATION TIPS IN UNDER 10 MINUTES A sneak preview of PRESENTATION HERO

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc In fact you are working on one right now... You do presentations.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 1/3 you have barely enough time. It’s due tomorrow

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Say you meet me. I’m Matteo by the way...

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 1/3 I’m part visionary entrepreneur and part presentation freak.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc I have just 10 minutes. I’m also out of time

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc In just 10 minutes together these are the 10 most useful presentation tips I would give you. Let’s start

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 1. Know your audience

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc If you have the time to do one thing then devote all of it to knowing your audience.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Put yourself in their shoes imagine what they would want to get from your presentation.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Think about ways to simplify the relationship between your audience and your material.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Over the course of this presentation every tip will come with an example related to exactly this presentation.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Example “My audience is composed by people that - for their work - need to make presentations”

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc For the next tips imagine that you step on the stage...

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 2. Tell your audience who you are

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Make sure that everyone in the room has understood your name but also that they are also able to describe who you are.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Example “Hello Im Matteo visionary innovator and entrepreneur”

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 3. Tell your audience why you are there

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Explain your motivation for presenting let your unique knowledge and perspective show.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Help your audience understand how passionate you are about what you are going to talk about.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc ...will mean a lot to your audience too. If you care chances are your presentation...

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Example “Why am I here Well I’m a bit of a presentation freak...”

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 4. Tell your audience why they are there

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Within the frst minutes of your presentation provide your audience with a sample of the advantage they will gain by following your presentation till the end.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Show them what they will gain from your presentation and more importantly how it will change them.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Example “I bet you have found already something actionable among my tips. Well done”

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 5. Develop a story based on the transformation you wish to happen in your audience

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Your presentation should elicit a change in the way they see feel or relate to your topic.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc If you are not eliciting a change then you are not providing enough content.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc No change No presentation

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Example “You are going to get much better at making presentations. Starting now”

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 6. Everyone reacts differently

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Every individual in your audience will react in a unique manner. And that’s totally fne

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Some will just understand many will reject your ideas some will be confused some will look for the the tweetable content others will be all over your data research.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc ...at the same time Don’t try to please everyone...

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Example “Not everybody likes lists. These 10 tips are ment for the pragmatists among you”

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 7. Clearly mark the moment you deliver your most important concept

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc I’m talking about a climax

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Imagine the climax as the summit the peak the high point of your narrative the moment you deliver the most insight the one concept that is most transformative.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc This is the moment where your audience understands that they have arrived at the core of your idea.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc It’s all down hill from that moment on...

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Your audience knows that this marks also the beginning of the end of the presentation.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Dont disappoint your audience by remaining on stage too long after your main climax.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Example “Let’s check the fuel. We are at tip 7. Do you already feel like opening PowerPoint and fxing your presentation”

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 8. Provide a summary of what you have covered

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Towards the end of your presentation provide a summary a birds eye view of what you have covered.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc This will help your audience understand your material aid them in making sense remembering it.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Example “We climbed the climax and are getting ready for a smooth landing”

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 9. Provide actionable to do’s

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Let your wisdom show through something actionable that your audience can apply to their every day life.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc This is your gift to them

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Youre allowed to end on a call to action a hope a wish a word of wisdom. Make it quick though.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Example “You can apply most of these tips to your presentation even if your presentation is tomorrow”

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Last but not least...

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 10. Be comfortable with your material

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Make sure you feel comfortable with your material. If you aren’t it will show and no trick will save you.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Presentations shed a spotlight on you and your abilities. Make sure you are ready.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Structure design delivery are good skills. Being knowledgeable about the topic is essential.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Know your stuff.

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Or go back to your desk learn learn learn learn learn learn...

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Example “I truly am a presentation freak. Does it show”

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc To summarize

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 1. Know your audience 2. Tell your audience who you are 3. Tell them why you’re there 4. Tell them why they are there

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 5. Transform your audience 6. Everyone reacts differently 7. Mark your most important concept

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc 8. Provide a summary 9. Provide actionable to do’s 10. Know your material

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Presentation Hero is much more than this... Do you want more presentation advice

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fbbr.co/preshero matteoc Thank you Special thanks: Andrea Volpini Tommaso Lana Daniela Berto Rafael Swiniarski André Pankratz Livia Patta Davide Novelli Stephanie Richards Alessandro Pedori Elisabetta Cassese Photo Credits: Stefano Corso Music: Creative Commons Attribution CC BY 3.0 Lost Moon Cosmic Forest by Questiion Icons: Creative Commons – Attribution CC BY 3.0 Projection Screen designed by Garrett Knoll from the Noun Project Crowd designed by Alex Kwa from the Noun Project Frame designed by irene hoffman from the Noun Project Transform designed by Daniel Hug from the Noun Project Independent designed by Griffn Mullins from the Noun Project Picture designed by Chris Clausen from the Noun Project Compass designed by Jens Windolf from the Noun Project Compass Rose designed by Proletkult Graphik from the Noun Project Book designed by Edward Boatman from the Noun Project PRESENTATION HERO is produced by LA FABBRICA DELLA REALTÀ Share on T witter 10 presentation tips in 10 minutes: a sneak preview of presentationhero http://fbbr.co/preshero via matteoc

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