TEN COMMANDMENTS OF GOOD PRESENTATIONS


1. Respect the audience
2. Keep slides to the minimum.
3. Not show out your nervousness, but show about your feelings
4. Keep track of time regularly
5. Learn from great speakers and presenters
6. Don't memorize a speech word forword
7.Giver credit where its due.
8. Do have a positive message
9. Tell your own story
10. Connect  to the audience


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