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Laws of Presentation: THREE . . .

Updated: Jan 28

Important Ones!

There are many Laws of Presentation.

Here are THREE of the most important ones:

Number One – Be Audience Centered.

It’s all about the audience. No one came to see and hear you. It’s all about the audience.

When you do that, the quality of your presentation will go up, and your anxiety down.

Number Two – The Law of Primacy and Recency.

The Law of Primacy and Recency says the audience best remember the first and last things you say and do. That’s why you want a strong opening and a stronger closing.

The last thing you say and do, is going to be the first thing the audience remembers,

And, Number Three – Personal Responsibility!

No one wants to hear the AV guy forgot the batteries for the remote.

Your responsibility, as the speaker, is for everything you can control. That means bring your own speaker, adapters, remote – everything you can: Personal responsibility.

Use this to develop, practice, deliver your great presentation!

Know those laws and practice them in your presentation, and I guarantee it will be absolutely, positively – NO SWEAT!


Pausing is a key component of presenting.

About the Author Fred E. Miller is a speaker, an international coach, and the author of the books,“NO SWEAT Public Speaking!” and“NO SWEAT Elevator Speech!”

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