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When presenting – make sure you finish strongly!
In previous posts (links at the end) I shared how many presenters struggle with “short” presentations or when their presentations need to be cut short (usually by an event running long because other speakers are running over-time).
Presenters often run out of time and stop abruptly – rather than having a strong finish.
Even if you are presenting and your get told you have to wrap up – don’t just keep talking through your planned presentation until you run out of time.
Have a strong finish planned – and smoothly move to that strong finish.
Also, signal that you are about to end.
Your audience will suffer from attention decay. Attention usually starts high and decays as a presentation progresses. It’s human nature. It’s natural – no matter how riveting a speaker may be.
By saying words like “to wrap…
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