Keeping it rolling – Presentation Expressions Playlist #2 [VIDEO]

Keeping it rolling – Presentation Expressions Playlist #2 [VIDEO]

The first Presentation Expressions playlist was pretty well received, which means not too many people unsubscribed from the email list! Well, let’s keep the ball rolling… I present to you the second Presentation Expressions playlist of videos that will help you learn essential presentation skills that will help you give effective presentations.

Best way to quickly improve presentation skillsWhat’s in this second playlist

This playlist is more focused on developing content for your presentations and on actual presentation skills. The first playlist was a series of videos about what to say in a presentation. But this playlist includes videos about…

  • How to choose presentation content
  • How to get the audience’s attention in a presentation
  • How to introduce the next speaker in a presentation
  • How to start a presentation
  • How to use hand gestures in a presentation
  • And 49 other presentation skills videos! 49!!!

If you need to learn how to develop presentation content, how to get the audience’s attention so your presentation is interesting, and how to give an effective presentation, even if you have tried other techniques or even if you’ve never given a presentation in your life, this playlist will definitely help you.

In fact, if you watch the videos in this playlist, I’m sure you could create a killer presentation. I’ve heard from many other people who used what they learned and gave successful presentations.

Who is this playlist is NOT for?

This playlist is definitely NOT for people who won’t put in the time and effort to prepare a presentation. Watch the videos and do the work! There is no way to give an impressive presentation without effort from you.

Watch the videos and use what I teach. You’ll be far, far ahead of 95% of your peers and colleagues (I just made up that stat!) because you’re here trying to learn and improve. Good for you! Keep up the hard work!

Presentation Expressions Playlist [VIDEO]

Presentation Expressions Playlist [VIDEO]

When I first started PresentationExpressions.com, I had made several videos with some basic (but essential) presentation expressions for beginners and non native English speakers. The video quality was something less than ideal and makes me cringe at times, but the content is still pretty good… At least in my opinion 🙂

What I’m Sharing

So what I’d like to do for the next little while is share those playlists here and hopefully, make it a little easier to find what you’re looking for in terms of presentation expressions.

This first playlist is exactly what I’m talking about… It’s all about presentation expressions and will help you introduce, transition, deal with questions, and give the conclusion to your presentation. I almost feel like it’s all most people will need. In fact, I’m sure that if you only watched this series of videos and used the expressions, you could give a presentation about anything.

Who These Presentation Expressions Are For

Whether you’re a student, college grad going for a job interview, business person, business owner or CEO of a major company, these expressions will serve you well. Ok, enough with the talking (or typing!) and on to the playlist. I’m guessing some of you have skipped all this writing already, anyway!

There are a whopping 48 videos in this playlist!! Even I was surprised by that number, so I’m sure you will find something useful for you and your presentation.

Be sure to leave a comment below if you have any questions.

Thanks.

Carl

An Easy Expression To Summarize & Transition Topics [VIDEO]

How to end a topic and transition in a presentation

When you give a presentation, it’s important to remember to give little breaks to your audience’s brains. But what the heck does that mean, right? What I mean is, the human brain can only pay attention to something for so long and then attention starts to drift.

The additional problem is that people won’t remember what you’re telling them once their brains have gone off into la-la land. To prevent this, what you need to do is summarize what you’ve said on a regular basis during your presentation.

So what I’m going to teach you is an expression you can use to give a short summary before you move onto another topic in your presentation. (more…)