Put your presentation’s important information in the first minute to grab your audience’s attention. You’ll engage people more by showing them why they should listen—and make for a better presentation in the process.
If you’re short on time, this method is even more important. You have to pack everything you can into the time you have. You may feel like everything in your presentation is key, so think about the one take-away you want the audience to have when your talk is over. Then, make that your leading point during the first minute. For more tips on how to have a successful presentation, check out the full post linked below.
How to Be a Demo God | Guy Kawasaki
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