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Posted on April 21, 2015
1. There’s only one right way to do it. The most important factor in being able to successfully and consistently make good presentations is to find your own voice…not your first boss’s, your CEO’s or even your mentor’s. Yours.
2. You have to build up gradually to your most important point. In a business context, you need to hit the point very early on. Time is usually tight. Your audience’s attention peaks naturally at the beginning and at the end of your presentation (after you sat “So, to sum up…). Take advantage of that.