Ten Rules For Presentations by Matthew Homann

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Published on August 18, 2009

Author: mhomann

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Here are Ten Rules that will help you engage your audience and make your presentations great.

10 RULES for PRESENTATIONS by Matthew Homann the [non]billable hour © Matthew Homann 2009 All Rights Reserved

The greatest gift you can give your audience is a passion for your 1 material. If you don't care for it, they won't care for you. © Matthew Homann 2009 All Rights Reserved

Your audience’s attention is a lot like 2 your virginity. You only get to lose it once. © Matthew Homann 2009 All Rights Reserved

PowerPoint is always optional. A bad speech doesn't improve when 3 accompanied by slides in a dark room. © Matthew Homann 2009 All Rights Reserved

If PowerPoint makes it easy to do, you probably shouldn’t do it. Avoid 4 bullet points, clip art and cheesy animated transitions at all cost. © Matthew Homann 2009 All Rights Reserved

The number of words on a slide is inversely proportional to the 5 attention your audience will pay to them. © Matthew Homann 2009 All Rights Reserved

Your slides are not your script. The purpose of PowerPoint is to help 6 others understand your material, not to help you remember it. © Matthew Homann 2009 All Rights Reserved

Never read your slides. When you do, it suggests to your audience you 7 think they’re incapable of doing so themselves. © Matthew Homann 2009 All Rights Reserved

The average person remembers just three things from your presentation. 8 Great speakers make certain everyone remembers the same three things. © Matthew Homann 2009 All Rights Reserved

Unless your presentation tells a story, the audience won't care 9 about the ending. They’ll just pray for it. © Matthew Homann 2009 All Rights Reserved

Never underestimate the impact a great presentation can have on 10 your audience or your career. Being well prepared serves both of them well. © Matthew Homann 2009 All Rights Reserved

Matthew Homann is the founder of LexThink and the author of the [non]billable hour blog. He’s been called an “innovational speaker” and helps lawyers and law firms find creative ways to serve clients better and make more money. You can reach him at Matt @ LexThink.com or follow him on Twitter @MattHomann. © Matthew Homann 2009 All Rights Reserved

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