No, I’m not suggesting to get drunk to become more articulate. What I am suggesting is an exercise stage actors have been using for ages.
The Presenter Zone, a place for those interested to improve presentation skills and also for experts eager to share their knowledge.
All you need to weave a good story are five essential ingredients and a sequence that makes the listener want to know how it unfolds.
When you really know your target audience when presenting, you will demonstrate that you respect them. Your audience will feel that you care.
In a recent interview, Tim Ferris outlined what he does to prepare for speaking engagements.
An excerpt from the book “Giving Memorable Product Demos”, which I co-wrote with Nathan Gold.