Speaking Tools Beyond Your Equipment
Pivotal Public Speaking
MARCH 20, 2011
He or she may rely on laptops, projectors, PA systems, and so on, all in an effort to enhance the ability to communicate. Her main focus as part of Top Speaker Events is to deliver the highest standard speakers who offer real life changing content, opportunities and knowledge from all over the world. When making a speech or presentation, a typical speaker usually has a number of tools to help convey their message.
TEDxUCLA: Maybe next time
JUNE 23, 2011
This did happen once, and I missed the first few minutes of an excellent speaker who I was unable to write about because I was standing at the back of the auditorium holding my laptop.
Successful preparation is the basis for a successful presentation
JANUARY 24, 2011
It should include your goal, main points, conclusion and more. Then hone your ideas into 3 main points and modify your form if necessary. Then you need to set up your projector and computer and say hello to everyone.
How to Change the World: The 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint
APRIL 7, 2008
A Brief History of Mine | Main | Resolution Assistance » December 30, 2005 The 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint I suffer from something called Ménière’s disease—don’t worry, you cannot get it from reading my blog. Sure, you have an hour time slot, but you’re using a Windows laptop, so it will take forty minutes to make it work with the projector. How to Change the World A practical blog for impractical people. «
Are you prepared for anything?
Craig Strachan - Keep Talking!
DECEMBER 13, 2009
Computers crash, projectors stop working. Mains power trips. And my favourite, laptop and projector refuse to speak to each other. Have a backup copy of your presentation with you (in a separate bag to your laptop). As a speaker, there are many things that can go wrong, and potentially derail your presentation. It is not a case of it something goes wrong, but of when it will go wrong.
Prepare for public speaking success
Pivotal Public Speaking
OCTOBER 19, 2011
Rehearse out loud to reassure yourself you will not forget the main points of your speech. Familiarise yourself, too, with the equipment – laptop/projector, microphone, lectern, whiteboard– whatever it is you are using. Preparation is one of the most powerful drivers of success in public speaking. Some people will tell you they don’t prepare. They may be lying. It was Mark Twain who said “It usually takes more than three weeks to prepare a good impromptu speech”.
Why are Conference Speakers So Bad?
Executive Speech Coach
SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
Instead they conversed with, chastised and directed the person at the laptop to change slides – ahead or back. Sometimes the presenter moved in front of the projector blocking the screen and creating a splash of light on themselves. Executive Speech Coach - Business Presentations Business presentations tips for executives, sales presenters, managers, technical experts and professionals from the "Speech Coach for Executives" George Torok.
Excellent public speaking advice - Boing Boing
MAY 1, 2009
The more common toss up is should I bring paper notes with me or not rather than to use a projector. Use your programs presentation mode so that you can see at least the current slide and the next slide on the laptop screen, as well as a timer. Make notes (programs like PP and Keynote can display notes on the laptop screen) which remind you of where you are and what to say. If you need to read, or check info, read it from the laptop screen.