SpeakerByte #46: Turn Your Presentation into a Revelation

When you step up to speak, instead of sharing dull data, give your presentation real meaning. Reveal to your listeners something they have never heard before, or present your topic in a new way that is different and provides a refreshingly new context. . . tell a story, share a little known fact or create an interesting metaphor.  If you make your presentation a revelation, you can change how people think or respond to events and inspire action.

Ask yourself: “What do I want to reveal to my audience?”

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