Understand your Message

Understand your Message

So don’t start by typing text into a PowerPoint document. Instead, begin by identifying the messages you want to convey.

Then create an outline. When you know what your message is – and you can condense it into one sentence – then you are in a position to communicate it effectively.

People are will not make a purchase when they are bombarded with too much information.

Removing wordy slides will set you free to enjoy your presentation and connect better with your audience.

Your eye contact and body language will improve. And they will thank you for it.

At the end of the day, your audience is not going to buy the slide. They are going to buy you.

You are the one telling the story. You are the one they want to connect with. Don’t take that away from them.

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