How to Open & Close Presentations

How to Open & Close Presentations

Here’s an in-depth, step-by-step look at How to Open and Close Presentations. We explore various attention grabbers for presentations (or “attention getters”) and all of the other component parts that make a presentation opening or introduction work well. Additionally, we look at how the conclusion and closing should connect back to the attention grabber for maximum impact. (more…)

Starting a Presentation with a History Lesson

Starting a Presentation with a History Lesson

Sometimes, it’s better to start your presentation as directly as possible. This can be due to a number of reasons, such as when you don’t have much time for your presentation or when you are giving a group presentation and you just need to get into it. However, starting your presentation directly doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice important things like engaging your audience. (more…)

This Presentation Expression Keeps Popping Into My Head!

This Presentation Expression Keeps Popping Into My Head!

There are so many English presentation expressions you can use to start a presentation and in this video, you’ll learn one that kept “popping into my head” 🙂 (more…)

An Easy Way to Start Talking About Your Presentation Topics

An Easy Way to Start Talking About Your Presentation Topics

Here’s another easy way to start a presentation and make it interesting, engaging for the audience and easy for you to look confident while giving a presentation. (more…)

An Easy Way to Start a Presentation with a Story

An Easy Way to Start a Presentation with a Story

As an audience member, I also like it when a presenter tells a story and gets my attention with something that helps me relate to the topic. So in this video, I wanted to teach you a simple English presentation expression that will help you start your next presentation with a story.

Your Presentation Needs THIS More than Anything Else

Your Presentation Needs THIS More than Anything Else

Every presentation needs to engage the audience. It’s absolutely critical if you want your presentation to be effective. And in this video, you’ll learn a presentation expression that you need more than anything else.

Actually, that was part of the expression! (more…)