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Create a clear, simple structure. Avoid complexity. Use supporting charts and visual aids where you need to explain complex ideas and processes. ● Use analogies, models, and pictures to explain difficult concepts. STEP TWO: PROFILE YOUR AUDIENCE 21 ● Highlight and refute any common myths and misconceptions. Common misconceptions are a major cause of misunderstanding and a barrier to learning. ● Play down the notion that any persuasion is going on at all. Your audience will become suspicious and resistant if you don’t.

HENRY KISSINGER Facts acquire muscle when they are presented in a way your audience finds easy to understand and retain. Here are four tried and proven patterns. 1. , the steps necessary to diagnose a fault in a computer). A chronological sequence also presents events in the order they occur, but you add dates and times to make it easy and logical for an audience to track. 2. Topical Order Here you divide your subject into logical segments or subtopics based on your knowledge of the subject.

Few people can —VOLTAIRE remember more than five points. It takes approximately seven to ten minutes to make a point. That’s why experts recommend you don’t try to cover more than three points in a thirty-minute presentation. ‘‘The best way to be boring is to leave Support Each Point with Evidence The right evidence will clinch your case. Poorly chosen evidence can destroy your presentation. Different people are persuaded by different types of information. Some people like statistics; others prefer anecdotes and quotes.

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