Generate a compelling idea for your presentation


  1. Collect ideas from available resources.
    Set aside dedicated time to generate ideas related to your presentation. Choose a specific theme or topic and then gather existing ideas from diverse sources such as industry studies, competitor insights, news articles, partner programs, and surveys. Collect as much information as possible to differentiate your message from others.
  2. Brainstorm ideas.
    Engage in brainstorming sessions to generate innovative ideas that have not been previously associated with the topic. Think outside the box, take risks, and trust your intuition. Write down all ideas that come to mind without judgment or filtering.
  3. Balance analytical and emotional content.
    Ensure that your presentation strikes a balance between providing analytical and emotional content. Include facts and logical reasoning (ethos and logos), but also incorporate emotions (pathos) to engage and connect with your audience. Use emotions as a tool to emphasize the importance of the facts and make them stand out.
  4. Introduce contrasting ideas.
    Introduce contrasting ideas alongside your main concept to create intrigue and actively engage the audience. This technique injects energy into your presentation and stimulates participation.


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