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The key to making effective presentations and influencing others to action is engaging your audiences emotionally and relevantly. This means employing the art of story telling.
For a story to be effective, it must be interesting and grab people’s attention. It has to be relevant to the audience with the point being clear and simple. Finally, there must be an application of the point so the audience members can see how it will positively impact them. This goes for any presentation you are giving whether it is a sales presentation or a leader giving a speech to her organization.
udiences can smell a con artist a mile away, someone who is pretending to be something they arenot. As leaders and influencers, we must embrace ourselves for who we are and leverage our strengths. We must reach down and reveal our authentic self. Then, and only then, will you be at your optimal level of influence.