Content + Delivery Resources for the Everyday Presenter
As an early Christmas gift to our readers, we offer the first post in our new series The Essentials. We will feature compilations of our favorite posts that we recommend to everyone looking to improve their presentation game. For the first part of this series, we are featuring creating great content and powerful delivery.
Six top-viewed resources from us to help refine your content and delivery:
- 4 Presentation Tips to Win any Audience – A guest blog post that explains in bullet points the importance of structure, storytelling, simplicity, and call to actions in presentations.
- The Building of Stories– Our free ebook that has helped numerous companies craft company stories.
- The Importance of a Call to Action – A Slideshare that goes into more detail about the three ways to create a powerful call to action for your audience.
- 5 Tips for Good Body Language – What is your body language saying to your audience?
- 5 Killer Ways to Open Up Your Next Presentation – Never neglect a powerful way to open your presentation.
- How to Give Presentations that Close Deals – If you are delivering a presentation that may involve a sale, this article can help you sell with the value-price-value philosophy that we teach.
We hope the above list helps you achieve your presentation content + delivery goals. Subscribe to our blog today and stay tuned for our next topic in The Essentials – Design Resources For The Everyday Presenter.
If you ever need more guidance beyond these resources above, we are always happy to help you find what you need at Big Fish Presentations. Email us at hq@localhost and we’ll chat specifically on what you’re looking for.
You can also check out our other The Essentials blogs for more information about Design and Presentation programs:
• Design Resources
• Presentations Programs
Got a presentation resource that you love using? Please let us know your favorites in the comments below.
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