Delivering a Vivid Presentation

Your demeanor has a lasting impact on your audience. Preparation is important here, in order to grab the listener’s attention. How can you best put your message across? Here are some useful ideas for keeping your presentations vivid: Use examples or personal stories to bring your points to life. People love stories and a personal story will enhance your credibility on the subject. For all you know, there could be others in the audience who share similar experiences like yours. They will be able to relate to your personal stories. Continue Reading →

Better Public Speaking

How would you know if you are better at public speaking today as compared to last year? Can you recall the last memorable talk or presentation you attended? Now, did it come to you easily, or did you have to crack your brains to remember one? Sadly, too many presentations are easily forgotten. And that’s a big problem because the primary reason the speaker gave the talk was to impart something important to you. If you were the presenter you might want to consider the three basic things that you Continue Reading →

Take the Bull by Its Horns

In the early 1700’s, bullfighters in Spain were known to defeat the raging bull by forcing its head down by grasping its horns. This was the ultimate display of facing ones fear by doing the most terrifying thing. Today, most of us no longer fight with four-legged bulls anymore. We do however, fight with imaginary “bulls” called confidence killers. When we intend to embark on something difficult or complicated the imaginary raging bull will rear its ugly head. I encourage you to be confident even in the face of these Continue Reading →

Presenting Without Slides

These days, many presentations are made with the help of PowerPoint or Prezi slides. There are also teachers and lecturers who use these applications to spice up their presentations. Depending on the nature of the presentation, not having slides can be quite boring. This is because the presentation will become monotonous, with no visual aids to help clarify the presenter’s points. Slides usually provide a fresh outlook for the audience and will also give the crowd some visual explanations to the points that are being told. However, in certain circumstances, Continue Reading →

Engaging Customers with A Brand Corporate Video

Video generation is the new showcasing unrest. Today, it is accepted hugely by more than 80% of the audience. So if you think that the general population spending huge spending plans on a 5-minute video, are fools, at that point you have to reexamine the thoughts. Spending these huge spending plans on a little film/video encourages these associations to get colossal ROIs for themselves. Having a corporate video for your image, in todays date, has turned into a need for any association paying little mind to its size, classification or Continue Reading →