Ace your presentations in 2018! Here are dozens of posts to help…

What would it take to ace your next presentation? To absolutely nail it. And not only that one, but the next and the next and the next, in 2018 and beyond.

Unfortunately for you and I, the odds of acing a talk are stacked against us.

For a start, people’s expectations of presenters have never been higher. After all, we see so many highly professional speakers – like on TV almost every time you look. Or in TED talks, which millions of people love to watch online.

And giving a presentation is so challenging, with all the technology that’s often involved. Think of all the tech you likely rely on for your talk to go smoothly:

  • PowerPoint
  • Windows
  • Laptop
  • Remote control
  • Projector (or online equivalent like WebEx or Adobe Connect)
  • Perhaps an Internet connection

What’s more, public speaking involves so many diverse skills, like all these:

  • Spoken language
  • Written language
  • Body language
  • Persuasion
  • Stage presence
  • Graphic design

With all those factors lined against you as a presenter, you could do with someone on your side.

So with that in mind, I’ve written dozens of articles to help you ace your presentations. You’ll find a few of them below, grouped into categories so you can focus on specific skills.

I hope they help you ace your presentations in 2018 and beyond. Good luck!

And you’re always most welcome to leave your own thoughts on how to ace a presentation.

 

Storytelling

 

Persuasion

 

Stage presence

 

Slide design

 

Technology

 

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