I. Getting it right
ps1-0. Introduction 1:07
ps1-1. Fearless public speaking 1:16
ps1-2. Remember why 1:41
ps1-3. Have something to say 1:54
ps1-4. Know your time limits 1:39
ps1-5. Research your topic 1:08
ps1-6. Write your introduction 1:37
ps1-7. The leave behind 0:42
ps1-8. Review 0:59
II. Preparing your speech
ps2-0. Introduction 2:04
ps2-1. Create your title 0:27
ps2-2. Start with your ending 0:36
ps2-3. Find your opening 0:28
ps2-4. Don’t memorize, outline 1:29
ps2-5. Show, don't just tell 0:28
ps2-6. Hands on training 0:28
ps2-7. Speaking, not just words 0:29
ps2-8. Review 1:30
III. Making your presentation
ps3-0. Introduction 1:03
ps3-1. Room setup 1:24
ps3-2. Schmooze your audience 1:30
ps3-3. Get the right light 2:04
ps3-4. Silence is loud 0:49
ps3-5. Gaze not glance 0:25
ps3-6. Dress for success 1:18
ps3-7. Review 0:58
IV. Course review
ps1-7. The leave behind
The leave behind is part of your call-to-action ending. After your talk, it is a paper you hand out or download to your audience.
This is provided, so they have something physical to remember and instructions on what to do next.
You create it now because it reinforces the importance of having a purpose for your speech. It forces you to focus on that before you get into the more complicated part of putting together a more extended, compelling message.
ps1-7p The leave behind
It is always a good idea to leave something for everyone in your audience: a souvenir, coupon, questions and answers, a link to finding more information, how to stay in touch, and collecting their contact information.
Create a fictitious leave-behind for a speech or presentation you imagine making. Or a real one if you have it planned. After you have written it, record yourself reading it how you would like it read. Send in text and video.