During preparation time, it’s common to ask for help. That is often done by practicing in front of colleges or friends for a round of feedback. Or it might mean receiving guidance from an expert. Perhaps even an expert that lives far away, has a busy schedule, but has a helpful book for you to learn from.
When you are looking for support, here are 4 reads that can help jazz up your presentation.
If you love watching TED presentations, this is a great resource for you to dive into. Author Carmine Gallo dissects hundreds of TED talks, interviews the most popular TED presenters, and includes research to present readers with the 9 top secrets of successful TED presentations.
Adding humor to your presentation can be an effective, yet hard, technique to pull off. Author David Nihau shares the 7 comedy habits that make speakers better and more interesting speakers.
When planning your presentation, it’s important to know how to get your message across in a way that sticks. Authors Chip and Dan Heath walk readers through a journey of why humans remember things and explain how to make your message even sticker.
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