What’s the best way to give your good presentation?

Seth Godin (Founder at Yoyodyne Entertainment)
Seth’s Blog: Every presentation worth doing has just one purpose

Every presentation worth doing has just one purpose: To make a change happen. Before you start working on your presentation, the two-part question to answer is, “who will be changed by this work, and what is the change I seek?

” Every element of your presentation (the room, the attendees, the length, the tone) exists for just one reason: to make it more likely that you will achieve the change you seek. If it doesn’t do that, replace it with some… (read more)

What’s the best way to give your good presentation?

Seth Godin (Founder at Yoyodyne Entertainment)
Seth’s Blog: Speaking in public: two errors that lead to fear

Speaking in public: two errors that lead to fear. 1. You believe that you are being actively judged. 2. You believe that the subject of the talk is you. You are not being judged, the value of what you are bringing to the audience is being judged. The members of the audience are interested in themselves. The audience wants to know what they can use, what they can learn, or at the very least, how they can be entertained.

What’s the best way to give your good presentation?

Kathryn Dill (Staff reporter covering careers and employment news for Forbes)
Never Give A Boring Presentation Again

Ask yourself, ‘If I can only remember three things, what must I remember?’ Boil it down to three six-word bumperstickers. Build the message around those three.

Seth Godin (Founder at Yoyodyne Entertainment)
Seth’s Blog: Every presentation worth doing has just one purpose

Every presentation worth doing has just one purpose: To make a change happen. Before you start working on your presentation, the two-part question to answer is, “who will be changed by this work, and what is the change I seek?

” Every element of your presentation (the room, the attendees, the length, the tone) exists for just one reason: to make it more likely that you will achieve the change you seek. If it doesn’t do that, replace it with some… (read more)

Seth Godin (Founder at Yoyodyne Entertainment)
Seth’s Blog: Speaking in public: two errors that lead to fear

Speaking in public: two errors that lead to fear. 1. You believe that you are being actively judged. 2. You believe that the subject of the talk is you. You are not being judged, the value of what you are bringing to the audience is being judged. The members of the audience are interested in themselves. The audience wants to know what they can use, what they can learn, or at the very least, how they can be entertained.