Making a Good Presentation

If you present at one time or another in your

‘work from the luxury of your own home’ business,

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Here’s how:

Make an Emotional Impact:

Use pictures, graphs, illustrations, but keep them simple.  Don’t put too much on one slide.

You want them to help your audience make a decision, not give them so much information that it makes it difficult for them to make a decision.

Information:

Use facts that can be checked; be honest, transparent, and never misleading in any way.

Storytelling:

Tell your story briefly at different points through the presentation.   People want to hear a little about how you got here.  It adds to the emotional impact.

These tips came from INC.com.

Additional tips are:

Be prepared.   Practice, practice, practice.

Know your product or what you are talking about.  Spend the time.  It’ll be worth it.

Know your audience.  Spend a few minutes letting them know at the beginning of your presentation that you hope to be reaching each one of them in some way.

Be yourself and be natural.  Smile.

Go here for more ideas on giving and preparing presentations.

 

Make the Decision – Really

When we really haven’t made the decision to change something in our life, it won’t happen. Whatever it is, health, finances, work, creativity, home business, entrepreneurial endeavor, weight, family situation — make the decision to start it, change it, improve it, move it forward, take it to the next level, … . Then do it.

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Good Monday morning!  We’re starting a new work week.  Let’s make our time count.  It is valuable.  Happy day!  mlr

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Proactive versus Reactive

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In so many areas of life, it’s better to be proactive than reactive.  For instance, stay well versus get well.  There are also many areas of life that involve wellness.   There is physical wellness, mental and emotional wellness, financial wellness, and natural and spiritual wellness.  Being proactive in the important areas of life makes us happier, healthier and more prepared.

Some of those important areas of life might be our personal lives and relationships, our home businesses, our friendships, our work or our even recreation.  I need to take the time to reflect on these and sometimes I have to remind myself to do that.  I always feel better when I do.

Be proactive now.  Call me and we’ll talk about starting a home business or just a way to earn some additional income.  I’m Martha.  My cell phone number is 505-750-7847  and my email address is marthapmintl@gmail.com if you’d rather email me.