Ever experience a presentation that was two-thirds decaf and one-third sleeping aid? If you answered,”yes”, here’s the cure

Presentation Caffeine — The 4 Barriers to Delivering a Killer Presentation

by David “Triple Espresso” Brier

After I was asked to speak to a group of entrepreneurial students at UC San Diego competing in a $300,000 challenge, I wrote and designed what I thought was a killer presentation to give them key tips to a presentation that would grab the audience by the… collar.

The E Foundation is the non-profit entity that supports The Entrepreneur Challenge. It provides young entrepreneurs with the means and resources to achieve their goals and aspirations.

I was honored they had reached out so this presentation had to rock.

After I looked over my presentation, I trashed it.

I started over from scratch.

Why? Because It was merely good.

Killer Presentation: All in or not at all

The problem? Good wasn’t good enough. The presentation simply wasn’t great.

So I rebuilt it from scratch, redesigning it and tightening it up. Because I wanted to create a killer presentation that not only offered valuable information, but also was an example of a killer presentation.

The Live Presentation

We recorded the presentation which you can watch below).

As an overview, in the live Webinar, I covered:

  • The 4 barriers to delivering a killer presentation and storyline — the exact barriers that can eliminate any chance of presentation success from a sales presentation to an investor pitch to a presentation that launches a movement
  • The “secret ingredient” that separates the killer presentation from one that merely cures people of their sleeping disorder
  • The relationship between Branding and Purpose to amplify your brand’s meaning and impact
  • How to craft a brand story that anybody will care about, and
  • 5 actual examples of brand storylines with videos that show how to develop a story anybody will give a damn about.

How can you use the 4 key aspects covered above to create a killer brand presentation?

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Originally published at www.risingabovethenoise.com