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Yes Introverts Can Give Great Presentations


You've probably noticed that our recent blogs have been centred around aspects of presentations and pitches – which is because we have a fab new open programme workshop called Perfect Pitch coming soon – and when we shared a link to a piece we found called "Who's Happier: Introverts or Extroverts?" last week, it made us think that the introverts among you may like some tips on presenting which come from someone considered an expert.

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Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Presentation?


Have you ever been asked to give a presentation, or lead on a pitch, and felt that stomach-wrenching fear at the mere thought? Feeling nervous before a presentation is perfectly normal, even for people who make presentations regularly, so the first thing to do is stop beating yourself up about it. If you recognise that you're not alone in suffering nerves, you can take positive steps to numb their effects and control them.

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Create a Lasting Impression

Both the start and finish of your presentation are perhaps more important than the main body or content. This is down to the Primacy and Recency effects which we talked about in our storytelling blog, but to refresh your memory, here's a little more detail.

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Who Are You Designing Your Presentations For?

Have you ever sat in the audience of a presentation and thought 'why am I here?' Ever been presenting and seen this exact thought behind the glazed-over look of your audience? In our experience, this is often because you've designed your whole presentation in your own head, and forgotten about the 'what's in it for them' factor.

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Once Upon a Time in the Land of Presentations

Story telling is so important when you're trying engage your audience, whether you're giving a presentation or a pitch. You should do whatever you can to make your presentations fun and engaging, you want people to remember and understand what you're telling them, and stories are the way to do it. And the best thing is, it's fairly easy to add storytelling in; you don't have to be a natural, you can learn how to do it.

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5 Ways you can Achieve Flow 18 April 2018, 00.00 Sharon
5 Ways you can Achieve Flow
Often described as a state of mind in which you can experience total immersion and involvement in what you’re doing, where things happen effortlessly and time disappears, flow is what athletes often call “being in the



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