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HOW TO Give a Great Presentation - 7 Presentation Skills and Tips to Leave an Impression

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Learn the best tips and tricks to give a great presentation. If youโ€™ve ever given a presentation before, you might know where you can improve and what your strengths are, but Dana has compiled a list of 7 presentation skills and ideas everyone needs to know to make a lasting impression..
Dana Blouin is an entrepreneur currently living in Bangkok, Thailand where he is the co-founder and CEO of his newest company, Mango Labs, a tech startup that is building a new quantified-self platform. Over the past two years, Dana has given hundreds of presentations and talks all over the world. These are the top 7 tips he has put together based on his experiences..
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Just reading the comments I'm glad this video has helped out so many people with presentations tomorrow :))))

by Up and Atom 4 years ago

This video was so great! I never even thought to 1. know your audience and 5. (I think) tell a story. I just started a YouTube channel so hopefully these tips translate into talking to the camera as well. Thanks so much! I was never a very good story teller but I'll give it a go lol

by Up and Atom 4 years ago

Tip 8: Speak Slow!
This may be hard if you are nervous but forcing yourself to slow down will help you calm down and your audience to understand the message.

by Joyo 4 years ago

Just be confident af. Borderline cocky. Know that you know your subject better than anyone else. You're educating other people.

by Thatever.com 4 years ago

Lol Iโ€™m that one person who makes their presentation the night before itโ€™s due.

by BluwZen 2 years ago

Holy shit. I have to give a pretty important presantation tomorrow. You are such a saviour

by Kane 4 years ago

7 wonder ful tips

1.Know Your Audience...
2. Use structure to build on ideas
3.Use visual ( 65% of people are visual learner)
4.Repetition is your friend...
5.Have a story to tell (we remember a story)
. relatable
your confidence with practice ( a practice lot)


by WORLD SOLUTION 3 years ago

Its currently 1 25 AM and I have to present a project for class at 9 AM. Im currently working on the project and I went to change the music playing on YouTube and I saw this video pop up in my recommend. THANK GOD!

by JFam _ 4 years ago

Personally and in short, I always look at a presentation as a one-sided conversation. You basicly tell about a topic you know something about. Of course, for this you'd have to understand the topic you're talking about. From there you just tell people and put some befitting pictures in your slides which complement your story, the fewer words you put in the slides the better. Knowing the topic is essential to a succesful presentation for me.

by Kouga 4 years ago

I just watched endgame, after a week I was happy, saw this thumbnail, i cried and died inside.

by Bea Cereen Tuliao 1 year ago

Hi there, I am an engineering student and 1 of the thing we learn is to be more eloquent. A teacher once told me that he could talk about a subject he knows for 1 h without preparation, if he had to talk about the same thing for 30 min, he would need a couple days to practice, a 15 min presentation of the same subject a week of preparation and a 5 min presentation a whole month of preparation.

It just goes to say that in order to present something, preparation is closely related to the time of the presentation and how you control the subject.

by Dazrihs 4 years ago

Me: *scrolling through YT to find a good video of making presentations *
sees video with a professor-looking guy in the thumbnail
"Hm, seems promising."
sees video with Tony Stark in the thumbnail
Me: "sOLD"

by Rose Kat 5 months ago

I hate presentations with all my heart

by Nyanator 4 years ago

I'm 14 and I went to Guatemala last year, tomorrow I need to do a presentation about it...

by Multorum Unum 2 years ago

i love giving presentations.
i'm saying this to gain confidence because i have to give a very important presentation in an hour..lol

by Vikram Kumar 1 year ago

Whenever i have to present during class or even just read out loud my hands get clammy, i start to have trouble breathing, i start to stutter, my voice changes, and my face get super red and hot i have a presentation tomorrow so i hope this helps

by Jackie 1 year ago

everyone in the comments has a presentation to give soon. wow. guess what? the day after tomorrow i will have my final presentation for my bachelor's thesis. its like you're reading our minds :D keep up the good work.

by ed w 4 years ago

When you thought Tony Stark is about to teach you in this video (It's tony stark on the thumbnail right?)

by beachdxst 6 months ago

I really hope my presentations aren't memorable or leave a lasting impression on the audience.

by Noobmaster69 1 year ago

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