Hone your craft as a presenter


  1. Explore various resources for becoming a better presenter.
    Begin your journey by exploring various resources like books, DVDs, and online platforms. Remember that valuable lessons don't just come from presentation-focused materials. For instance, studying documentary filmmakers can offer insights into storytelling and imagery.
  2. Practice, practice, practice.
    Reading and studying can only get you so far. The real learning begins when you apply it. Look for platforms like Toastmasters, TEDx events, or even PechaKucha Nights to hone your skills. Think about where you can offer a presentation ā€“ perhaps at your workplace, school, or a local event. Is there a platform you haven't explored yet? Write and down and take action!
  3. Connect with your creativity.
    Every individual has a unique creative spirit. Engage in activities that nurture this spirit, whether it's painting, writing, or playing music. For example, playing an instrument, especially in genres like jazz and blues, is about storytelling and emotional connection. Reflect on how you can incorporate these lessons into your presentations.
  4. Step out of your comfort zone.
    Push your boundaries and explore the world beyond your regular space. This could mean taking an art class, watching a movie, or simply going for a walk. Where can you find inspiration outside your usual surroundings?
  5. Find lessons around.
    Inspiration often hides in plain sight. Whether it's observing ads on a train ride, analyzing street signs, or looking at storefront designs, there are numerous lessons around. Start paying attention to the design and messaging of everyday visuals ā€“ what design elements stand out to you?
  6. Be open-minded and willing to learn.
    Improvement requires an open heart and an open mind. Embrace the lessons around you, and be willing to let go of old habits. Reflect on whether there's a habit or a belief holding you back from evolving as a presenter.


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