Brilliant Presentation

Supposedly man’s greatest fear is public speaking. That’ll be in our next picture.

Steven Spielberg

Brilliant PresentationThe thesis is simple.

  1. Control your fear
  2. Understand what is needed and expected
  3. Learn how to construct a really strong story
  4. Give it colour and life
  5. Present with passion

Practice isn’t the thing you do once you’re good. It’s the thing you do that makes you good.

Malcolm Gladwell

This is a great read. Let’s hope I don’t have to compete with someone who reads it.

Lord Tim Bell Chairman of Chime Communications

And Tim is the best presenter I’ve ever seen. (Picture of him: http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/tim_bell/profile.html)

STOP PRESS

The 3rd Edition of Brilliant Presentation is out in November 2011.

It’s a complete rewrite to reflect

  • TED and its influence
  • The advance in technology
  • The fact that being a brilliant presenter is now worth more than an MBA

It’s a better read. I hope everyone reads it so the art of presentation really hits new heights.

Richard Hall

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