Great leaders have common traits, but they aren't born with them. Anyone can develop these traits with practice.
Video time: 05m 45s
If you know what do you want the audience to do at the end of your talk, you can focus on getting them to do that.
Video time: 05m 19s
Focus your talk by identifying no more than 5 key points that you want to communicate.
Video time: 04m 18s
If you want people to take action, you need to ensure your audience remembers what you say.
Video time: 05m 55s
Stories are far more memorable than charts and bullet points.
Video time: 06m 57s
Don't make up stories - use real experiences to connect with your audience.
Video time: 03m 04s
Avoid tons of text - PowerPoint presentations should support your talk with memorable, focused slides.
Video time: 06m 11s
Powerful visuals - whether you use slides or real-life props - can help you communicate your message.
Video time: 05m 08s
Record yourself on video and review the results to gain massive improvement in your speaking technique.
Video time: 05m 02s
Don't devote all your time to tweaking text or slides. Use your time to practice and evaluate yourself before a big talk.
Video time: 05m 28s
Practicing and evaluating your speeches will give you confidence and provide you with a framework to improve your skills well into the future.
Video time: 03m 57s
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