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4 Ways Any Speaker Can Win Over Any Audience

A lot of clients will come to us to not only design their presentations, but to also write them. While we handle content from multiple industries, we notice there are classic similarities when it comes to delivering a convincing presentation:

1) Tell Stories

Telling stories allows the audience to create a personal connection with you, your product, and your service. Stories are great because they tell the audience WHAT you do and WHY you do it.… Continue Reading →

The Big Fish Process

Over the past few years, we have not only had the fortune to observe, but also work with some of today’s greatest presenters. As time passed, we found our own process to emulate some of the presenters we admired. We discovered that:

ENGAGING CONTENT

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HIGH QUALITY DESIGN AND SIMPLISTIC VISUALS

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POWERFUL DELIVERY

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AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE

It may seem easy, but it wasn’t always this simple.… Continue Reading →

Our 25 Favorite Marketing Quotes.

Here at Big Fish we all have our own inspirations and role models. We all have those quotes that motivate and inspire us to survive another day in the office. Most of the time we’ll share these quotes with each other, print them out and put them by our desk, make them our computer wallpaper – stuff like that.

Because of this, it only makes sense that we’d congregate all of our favorite quotes, pick the best ones, and throw them into a presentation.… Continue Reading →

Download our latest white-paper – Seven Ways to Rock Your Next Presentation

[Update 7/26: Some people say that the link isn’t working for them to download the whitepaper. Just email us at hq@bigfishpresentations.com and we’ll be happy to shoot it your way.]

Kenny here. Today, I’d like to give our loyal blog followers, a nice little present from the Big Fish Presentations team.

You can now download our newest white-paper Seven Ways to Rock Your Next Presentation by clicking on the picture above or clicking the link here.… Continue Reading →

5 Killer Ways to Open Up Your Next Presentation

Preorder our new book, “The Big Fish Experience” to see everything we’ve learned over the years, all the resources we use to do what we do, and our tips on how to present experiences.

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Did you know modern statistics state that you have 60 seconds or less to capture your audience’s attention?

You’ve might have heard it before, but maybe not in terms of presentations.  … Continue Reading →

Rory Sutherland: “Perspective is Everything”

This week’s presentation breakdown features brand specialist Rory Sutherland.  “Rory Sutherland stands at the center of an advertising revolution in brand identities, designing cutting-edge, interactive campaigns that blur the line between ad and entertainment.” (TED.com) We take a look at his newest TED talk as he delves into the realm of perspective, applying psychological solutions to economical and technological problems.  Take a gander, and let us know what you think in the comments below or via Twitter or Facebook as well!  … Continue Reading →

25 Awesome Public Speaking Quotes

Preorder our new book, “The Big Fish Experience” to see everything we’ve learned over the years, all the resources we use to do what we do, and our tips on how to present experiences.

Public speaking is the number one fear in America.  Death is number two.

From sweaty palms to cracking voices, speaking publicly can be terrifying, yet it is a crucial skill to have in the business world.  … Continue Reading →

Presentation Breakdown: “How Great Leaders Inspire Action”

So we’ve got numerous requests to do more of these TED presentation breakdowns, so we’ve thought to ourselves, “Why not feature the latest and coolest presentations?”

And that’s what we’re doing.

Today we’re featuring Simon Sinek’s “How Great Leaders Inspire Action” presentation:

Please see below our breakdown on how Sinek enchants his audience.

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Simon Sinek

“How Great Leaders Inspire Action”

 0:00-0:28 – Begins the presentation with a series of questions to the audience

  • Right off the bat, Sinek has engaged the audience with a deep question, one that actually stimulates thought and creates a tiny wisp of suspense. 
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