21 Tips for Creating a Boring Presentation

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  • 21 TIPS FOR CREATING A PRESENTATION BORING
  • START BY DISQUALIFYING YOURSELF Eg: “I’m not exactly an expert on this subject” “I hope you don’t find my presentation boring”
  • MAKE A LONG Don’t be afraid to dedicate 10-15 minutes of your Presentation to the introduction before your move on to your topic. INTRODUCTION
  • READ FROM Turn your back to audience and read from the slides. It might make your job as a presenter easier. YOUR SLIDES
  • SWINE FLU AVOID HUMOR LIKE There really is nothing worse for your audience than making them laugh. They’re there to be subjected to a painful experience, so give them one
  • VISUALS Visual aids are perfect for turning even the dullest of topics with tons of statistics into an interesting presentation SO DO NOT USE VISUALS AVOID THE USE OF
  • COMPLICATEDMAKE THINGS Move from one point to the next in an illogical manner, never come to an overall conclusion
  • THE ICE DO NOT BREAK NEVER Crack jokes, Tug on their heart strings, tell a personal story, Use metaphors or draw comparisons
  • ANIMATE Every slide, title, word, bullet point, graphic, and photo needs its own unique animation. Why do you think PowerPoint gives you so many animation options? ANIMATE ANIMATE
  • EXTRAVAGANT Use swirly and extravagant fonts, as those will really get your point across. USE FONTS
  • KILL YOUR AUDIENCE WITH BULLETS Make every slide look the same (i.e. Title, Bullets; Title, Bullets).
  • USE TONS GRAPHS WITH OF DATA Design data-centric slides with numerous graphs and tons of data Do not conclude! Let your audience draw their own conclusions
  • USE TINY HARD TO READ FONTS Because your audience will most likely be viewing your presentation from a distance
  • MONOTONE SPEAK ONLY IN Varying the pitch of your voice wastes valuable energy and could possibly excite your audience
  • REPEAT It's important that your audience understands exactly where you're coming from, so tell them. Over and over and over
  • EYE This is a great way to let your audience feel disconnected from you NEVER MAKE CONTACT
  • Moving around the stage confidently and gesticulating will only keep your audience engaged in what you’re saying, and that’s the LAST thing you want to do. IGNORE YOUR BODY LANGUAGE
  • Once all the texts are placed on the slides, there is no need to prepare for your presentation PRACTICE DON’T
  • After all, they are the reason why you had a sleepless night and now you’re so nervous. IGNORE YOUR AUDIENCE
  • FAST TALK TOO You've got a lot of material to cover, so you can talk fast to get through all of it
  • ON TIMEDON’T FINISH A little overtime never killed anybody If You feel you don't have sufficient time to communicate your important information, you can request extra time to communicate it
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  • 21 TIPS FOR CREATING A PRESENTATION BORING
  • START BY DISQUALIFYING YOURSELF Eg: “I’m not exactly an expert on this subject” “I hope you don’t find my presentation boring”
  • MAKE A LONG Don’t be afraid to dedicate 10-15 minutes of your Presentation to the introduction before your move on to your topic. INTRODUCTION
  • READ FROM Turn your back to audience and read from the slides. It might make your job as a presenter easier. YOUR SLIDES
  • SWINE FLU AVOID HUMOR LIKE There really is nothing worse for your audience than making them laugh. They’re there to be subjected to a painful experience, so give them one
  • VISUALS Visual aids are perfect for turning even the dullest of topics with tons of statistics into an interesting presentation SO DO NOT USE VISUALS AVOID THE USE OF
  • COMPLICATEDMAKE THINGS Move from one point to the next in an illogical manner, never come to an overall conclusion
  • THE ICE DO NOT BREAK NEVER Crack jokes, Tug on their heart strings, tell a personal story, Use metaphors or draw comparisons
  • ANIMATE Every slide, title, word, bullet point, graphic, and photo needs its own unique animation. Why do you think PowerPoint gives you so many animation options? ANIMATE ANIMATE
  • EXTRAVAGANT Use swirly and extravagant fonts, as those will really get your point across. USE FONTS
  • KILL YOUR AUDIENCE WITH BULLETS Make every slide look the same (i.e. Title, Bullets; Title, Bullets).
  • USE TONS GRAPHS WITH OF DATA Design data-centric slides with numerous graphs and tons of data Do not conclude! Let your audience draw their own conclusions
  • USE TINY HARD TO READ FONTS Because your audience will most likely be viewing your presentation from a distance
  • MONOTONE SPEAK ONLY IN Varying the pitch of your voice wastes valuable energy and could possibly excite your audience
  • REPEAT It's important that your audience understands exactly where you're coming from, so tell them. Over and over and over
  • EYE This is a great way to let your audience feel disconnected from you NEVER MAKE CONTACT
  • Moving around the stage confidently and gesticulating will only keep your audience engaged in what you’re saying, and that’s the LAST thing you want to do. IGNORE YOUR BODY LANGUAGE
  • Once all the texts are placed on the slides, there is no need to prepare for your presentation PRACTICE DON’T
  • After all, they are the reason why you had a sleepless night and now you’re so nervous. IGNORE YOUR AUDIENCE
  • FAST TALK TOO You've got a lot of material to cover, so you can talk fast to get through all of it
  • ON TIMEDON’T FINISH A little overtime never killed anybody If You feel you don't have sufficient time to communicate your important information, you can request extra time to communicate it
  • http://www.sketchbubble.com/ mailto:support@sketchbubble.com https://twitter.com/sketchbubblecom https://twitter.com/sketchbubblecom http://www.sketchbubble.com/blog/ http://www.sketchbubble.com/blog/ https://www.facebook.com/sketchbubble https://www.facebook.com/sketchbubble
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