How To Make Engaging Presentations


To sharpen your public-speaking and presentation skills, I recommend reading the book, Talk Like TED, by Carmine Gallo

Gallo explains that the most engaging presentations are:

Emotional – They touch your heart. And, where you really sense emotions, dreams and imagination. 

Novel – They teach the audience something new. Something brilliant and something that stands out. 

Memorable – They present content in ways you’ll never forget. 

Gallo also recommends that your presentation clocks in at 18 minutes. Eighteen minutes is long enough to be serous and short enough to hold people’s attention. This 18-minute rule woks well online and for in—person presentations.

Thank you to the book's publisher for sending me a copy of the book.


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