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Presentation is a way to communicate your message to audience and also solve their curiosity as demanded. Until you influence your audience by solving their topic, you are not accomplished. The perfect presentation is not a question of technology. Top speakers make five slides with a handful of pictures and tell their stories. Because that’s what really matters. But of course PowerPoint insider knowledge can help to optimally support the story. If you want to start a business and need the participation of people, you need to prepare yourself as a good performer.

Please note that the audience in front of you is a thought process, not a human. Their curiosity comes more by listing your lecture and more topics will come. The audience’s expectations determine the storyline. Audiences love story. No matter whether you fulfill them or fundamentally violate them, they remain the guideline. The goal is to provide food for thought. You need to understand their thought process. Need to synchronize with your inner thought. Practice can make you more confident. This is in front of the family, but also in virtual reality. A video recording with your own smartphone helps enormously.

There are around a dozen ways to create excitement. You need to ignite your audience with food of thought. It can be through imagination, reasoning, curiosity, promise, and logic. Existence examples can be given and can predict the future. Pictures of your slide can influence them. A better picture can create more confidence. Do not put too much slide. You can also use animation, GIF, and video in your lecture.

In the transition there is space for a break, one of the most important tools in live storytelling. Allow the audience time to process what they have seen and heard. And if the (sensible) heading of the next slide can already be seen after the slide change, the break creates additional tension. Here, one shape or position of an object changes dynamically into another. This is a good tool to illustrate a turn in the story. For example, if an obstacle becomes a helpful framework.

But the whole presentation needs a call-to-action. You want your audience to come out of the lecture smarter, more thoughtful, or more successful. So never forget the “next step” at the end of the lecture. Direct questions, questions afterward by email, downloads, further research material, upcoming events, and so on. Please remember a successful presentation will give you a lot of followers and lead which is a good power to go ahead.

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