What is the 10 20 30 Rule of PowerPoint?
What is the 2 4 8 rule in PowerPoint?
When I look back at my most successful slide decks there’s a pattern, I call it the 2/4/8 rule: about every 2 minutes I have a new slide (about 30 slides for a 60 minute speech), no more than 4 bullets per slide, and no more than 8 words per bullet.
How do you present a topic in 5 minutes?
- Know Your Audience Well. With only five minutes for your presentation, you don’t want to waste time covering information your audience already knows.
- Choose the Right Topic.
- Use a Professional Presentation Template.
- Start With a Powerful Attention Grabber.
- Practice Makes Perfect.
What makes a presentation boring?
How can I make my presentation fun?
- Break the ice. Each of your audience members comes to your presentation in a completely different mood.
- Tell stories.
- Add videos.
- Embrace the power of non-linear presenting.
- Ask questions during your presentation.
- Poll the audience.
- Use props.
- Share the glory.
How do you begin a presentation?
- Shock the audience.
- Ask the audience to “imagine” or think “what if”?
- Start your presentation in the future or the past.
- Quote someone or a proverb.
- Tell a story or joke, or reference a historical event.
- Share personal stories.
How can I make a presentation?
- Show your Passion and Connect with your Audience. It’s hard to be relaxed and be yourself when you’re nervous.
- Focus on your Audience’s Needs.
- Keep it Simple: Concentrate on your Core Message.
- Smile and Make Eye Contact with your Audience.
- Start Strongly.
- Remember the 10-20-30 Rule for Slideshows.
- Tell Stories.