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  1. OWN THE HOW TO ROCK YOUR NEXT PRESENTATION STAGE 39 RULES OF THUMB BY: STAN PHELPS PURPLEGOLDFISH.COM

  2. THE PROBLEM IS> THE FEAR OF PUBLIC SPEAKING

  3. THE PROBLEM F E PUBLIC SPEAKING> A R THE FEAR OF THE FEAR OF DYING

  4. THE PROBLEM F E PUBLIC SPEAKING> A R FACTOR THE FEAR OF THE FEAR OF DYING “ACCORDING TO MOST STUDIES, PEOPLE'S NUMBER ONE FEAR IS PUBLIC SPEAKING. NUMBER TWO IS DEATH. DEATH IS NUMBER TWO. DOES THAT SOUND RIGHT? THIS MEANS TO THE AVERAGE PERSON, IF YOU GO TO A FUNERAL, YOU'RE BETTER OFF IN THE CASKET THAN DOING THE EULOGY.” [CREDIT: JERRY SEINFELD, YOUTUBE CLIP]

  5. NERVES ARE THE TRUTH INEVITABLE “ There are two types of speakers”

  6. NERVES ARE THE TRUTH INEVITABLE “ Those that are nervous and those that are liars.” - MARK TWAIN ON PUBLIC SPEAKING

  7. NERVES ARE THE TRUTH INEVITABLE “ There are two types of speakers: those that are nervous and those that are liars.” - MARK TWAIN ON PUBLIC SPEAKING NO ONE IS BORN A SPEAKER. IT TAKES DISCIPLINE AND PRACTICE TO CHANNEL YOUR NERVES. THIS DECK PROVIDES SOME GUIDELINES TO HELP YOU ON THAT JOURNEY.

  8. WHAT’S THE SOLUTION?

  9. THE SOLUTION IS YOU NEED GUIDELINES RULES OF THUMB RULES OF THUMB ARE GENERALLY ACCEPTED GUIDELINES.

  10. THE SOLUTION IS FOLLOW RULES OF THE ROAD THE SIGNS GUIDEPOSTS TO SHOW YOU THE WAY. NOTE: WHEN THE REASON STOPS, THEREFORE STOPS THE RULE.

  11. PREPARATION IS KEY. RULE OF 1/3’S YOUR PREPARATION TIME CONSISTS OF 1/3 COLLECTING, ORGANIZING, AND SKETCHING.

  12. PUT IN PREPARATION IS KEY. 36 TO 90 HOURS… YOUR PREPARATION TIME CONSISTS OF 1 / 3 C O L L E C T I N G , O R G A N I Z I N G , A N D SKETCHING. 1/3 BUILDING SLIDES.

  13. PUT IN PREPARATION IS KEY. 36 TO 90 HOURS TO CREATE AN HOUR LONG PRESENTATION THE TIME YOUR PREPARATION TIME CONSISTS O F 1 / 3 C O L L E C T I N G , O R G A N I Z I N G , A N D S K E T C H I N G . 1 / 3 B U I L D I N G SLIDES. THE FINAL 1/3 IS REHEARSING. [CREDIT: NANCY DUARTE]

  14. VISUALS AID RECALL BY %

  15. STOCK VISUALS AID RECALL BY 550% UP LEVERAGE THE PICTURE SUPERIORITY EFFECT. PEOPLE REMEMBER 10% OF WORDS COMPARED TO 65% OF PICTURES. [CREDIT: D.L. NELSON, U.S. REED, J.R. WALLING]

  16. FREE 3 SOURCES IS GOOD PRO TIP: CANVA IS A DESIGN TOOL THAT ALLOWS YOU TO ADD TEXT AND CREATE CUSTOM SIZING FOR FREE. STOCK IMAGES ARE $1.

  17. MINIMUM SIZE FONT IS Fonts must [CREDIT: GUY KAWASAKI, YOUTUBE CLIP]

  18. MEASURE CUT ONCE MINIMUM SIZE FONT IS 30 TWICE Fonts must FO T [CREDIT: GUY KAWASAKI, YOUTUBE CLIP]

  19. WHEN YOU FINISH A PRESENTATION, DON’T PLAY 20 QUESTIONS

  20. TAKE QUESTIONS, BUT THEN FINISH STRONG WITH A STORY AND A CALL TO ACTION NAIL THE FINISH

  21. SECOND “ START WITH YOUR SECOND BEST STORY…”

  22. SECOND THEN FIRST “ START WITH YOUR SECOND BEST STORY AND FINISH WITH YOUR BEST ONE” - BILL STAINTON

  23. THE MAXIMUM N U M B E R O F W O R D S A N Y G I V E N SLIDE IS O N

  24. MEASURE CUT ONCE TWICE THE MAXIMUM N U M B E R O F W O R D S A N Y G I V E N SLIDE IS 16 [CREDIT: JON VEGOSEN] O N

  25. LENGTH OF A TALK “A GOOD SPEECH SHOULD BE LIKE A WOMAN'S SKIRT”

  26. LENGTH OF A TALK “ L O N G E N O U G H T O COVER THE SUBJECT AND SHORT ENOUGH TO CREATE INTEREST” - WINSTON CHURCHILL

  27. LESS IS MORE THE MAX NUMBER OF SLIDES FOR EVERY 20 MINUTES OF PRESENTATION

  28. MEASURE CUT ONCE LESS IS MORE TWICE THE MAX NUMBER OF SLIDES FOR EVERY 20 MINUTES OF PRESENTATION 15

  29. DON’T WALK IN FRONT OF THE PROJECTOR

  30. AVOID THE TRACTOR BEAM 3 HACKS 1. IF THE PROJECTOR IS MOUNTED OVERHEAD, TEST HOW CLOSE YOU CAN WALK NEXT TO THE SCREEN DURING SET-UP. USE SOME MASKING TAPE ON THE FLOOR. 2. IF THE PROJECTOR IS ON A TABLE OR CART, JUST WALK AROUND IT. 3. USE THE BLACK OUT BUTTON ON YOUR R800 CLICKER

  31. FONTS MATTER

  32. 14 FONTS YOU SHOULD CONSIDER BRING YOUR A GAME Hobo Std Baskerville Impact Marker Felt

  33. 13 = MURPHY’S LAW

  34. BAD THINGS WILL HAPPEN. YOU HAVE 3 CHOICES: 1) FIX IT, 2) FEATURE IT, OR 3) FORGET IT SPANNER IN THE WORKS S T U F F H A P P E N S . Y O U C A N COUNT IT. PRACTICE WITHOUT S L I D E S . D O A N A U D I O C H E C K BEFORE SPEAKING. BE PREPARED. [CREDIT: ALAN HOFFLER]

  35. 3 HACKS TO FEND OFF MR. MURPHY TOOLS YOU CAN USE 1. 1. ASK FOR A HANDHELD MIC. STASH IT ON STAGE AS A BACKUP 2. WRITE DOWN YOUR MAIN POINTS IN CASE YOUR DECK FAILS (THINK SET LIST) 3. TURN OFF WIRELESS ON YOUR COMPUTER AND CLOSE ALL APPS

  36. TAO OF EDDIE VAN HALEN KEEP PEDALING “The best advice was from my father at an early age when we were making music. I would make mistakes, and I would ask, ‘What do you do?’ And he’d say, in Dutch, ‘Gewoon door blijven gaan,’ which means keep pedaling. Don’t stop and don’t let the audience know you made a mistake. Or smile and do it twice so the audience thinks you meant it.“ [CREDIT: DR. VINCE SCHMIDT, YOUTUBE VIDEO]

  37. TWELVE PLUS ONE EQUALS

  38. THE BAKER’S DOZEN ONE MORE THING A L W A Y S S O M E T H I N G E X T R A . TA K E A C U E F R O M S T E V E J O B S . H E ALWAYS HAD ONE MORE THING. [CREDIT: CARMINE GALLO] G I V E A L I T T L E

  39. SPEAKING IS LIKE FLYING. THE TWO MOST CRITICAL TIMES ARE AND

  40. DON’T CRASH AND BURN THE TWO MOST CRITICAL TIMES ARE TAKE-OFF’S WHEN ARE PLANES MOST LIKELY TO CRASH? MOST ACCIDENTS OCCUR DURING TAKE-OFFS AND LANDINGS. TAKE EXTRA TIME TO PREPARE AND PRACTICE YOUR OPENINGS AND CLOSINGS. [CREDIT: RICH SCHLENTZ] LANDINGS

  41. VARY YOUR VOLUME. SOMETIMES YOU NEED TO GO TO

  42. VARY YOUR VOLUME. SOMETIMES YOU NEED TO GO TO 11 TAO OF TUFNEL

  43. THESE GO TO ELEVEN TAO OF TUFNEL Nigel: The numbers all go to eleven. Look, right across the board, eleven, eleven, eleven and... Martin: Oh, I see. And most amps go up to ten? Nigel: Exactly. Martin: Does that mean it's louder? Is it any louder? Nigel: Well, it's one louder, isn't it? It's not ten. You see, most blokes, you know, will be playing at ten. You're on ten here, all the way up, all the way up, all the way up, you're on ten on your guitar. Where can you go from there? Where? Martin: I don't know. Nigel: Nowhere. Exactly. What we do is, if we need that extra push over the cliff, you know what we do? Martin: Put it up to eleven. Nigel: Eleven. Exactly. One louder. Martin: Why don't you just make ten louder and make ten be the top number and make that a little louder? [Pause.] Nigel: These go to eleven. [CREDIT: SPINAL TAP, YOUTUBE VIDEO]

  44. THE BRAIN CAN ONLY CONCENTRATE FOR MEASURE CUT ONCE MINUTES BEFORE SHUTTING TWICE OFF

  45. THE BRAIN CAN ONLY CONCENTRATE FOR MEASURE TWICE 10 MINUTES BEFORE SHUTTING OFF

  46. MEASURE CUT ONCE TWICE PLAN ON BREAKS IN YOUR TALK USE VIDEOS, ROLE PLAYS & GROUP EXERCISES. [CREDIT: DR. JOHN MEDINA]

  47. UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPT OF WIIFY

  48. ONCE W.I.I.F.Y MEASURE CUT TWICE WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU (THE AUDIENCE MEMBER) EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE AT THE FRONT OF THE ROOM, IT’S NOT A B O U T Y O U . I T ’ S A B O U T T H E WHAT’S IN IT FOR THE AUDIENCE. W H Y S H O U L D T H E Y G I V E Y O U THEIR ATTENTION. WHAT VALUE ARE YOUR PROVIDING?

  49. BE A MASTER “FACT’S TELL…”

  50. BE A MASTER STORYTELLER “FACT’S TELL, BUT STORIES SELL.” - BRYAN EISENBERG