Daily Presentation Skills Tips on Twitter

Recent presentation tips posted on Twitter.com/PresentationsGo

Text on a screen is only for one person in the room – the presenter. That’s his notes.

Presentation Skills Tip. Seeing is believing. First they need to believe before they can see.

Presentation Skills tip: People might not believe what you are saying because they can’t see it in their mind.

When there is a conflict between the image in the mind and the image in the eyes – the mind wins.

What's your definition of a successfull presentation? It's not the applause.

Images grab attention, aid learning and boost memory. You better be using imagery in your presentation.

Visual learners don’t need text on a screen. They need visuals.

Words on a screen are not visual. They are simply text. Images are visual.

You can create images in the mind of your listeners with simple props. It’s a good way to illustrate abstract concepts.

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George Torok
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