Create a S.T.A.R. moment for your presentation


  1. Write down the key message or idea you want to convey in your presentation.
    Before incorporating a S.T.A.R. moment, it's important to have a clear understanding of the main message or idea that you want to communicate to your audience. This will help you align the S.T.A.R. moment with your overarching goal.
  2. Determine the most suitable type of S.T.A.R. moment for your presentation.
    Is it a memorable dramatization, repeatable sound bite, evocative visual, emotive storytelling, or shocking statistic? To answer this, make sure to assess the nature of your presentation and the preferences of your audience.
  3. Brainstorm and develop a specific S.T.A.R. moment that aligns with your key message.
    Use the chosen type of S.T.A.R. moment as a starting point to brainstorm ideas that will effectively amplify your main idea. Think creatively and consider different approaches that will make a profound impact on your audience.


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