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The Important<i> Rule of Three</i> for Speakers –<br>More Examples

The Rule of Three:  The Rule of Three

  1. Simply

  2. Clearly

  3. Confidently

Make Numbers

  1. Specific

  2. Relevant

  3. Contextual

A Good Presentation should

  1. Educate

  2. Entertain

  3. Explain

Make an impact by using words that are

  1. Simple

  2. Concrete

  3. Emotionally Charged

Bullet Points don’t reinforce.  They

  1. Confuse

  2. Compete

  3. Complicate the message

If you want the audience to remember specifics in your presentation take into account three things

  1. Something unusual

  2. Repetition

  1. Read them

  2. Study them

  3. Apply them

Your Introduction should answer Three Questions

  1. Why this subject?

  2. Why this speaker?

  3. Why now?

When Opening your presentation,

  1. Pause

  2. Pause

  3. WOW them!

For Delivering Humor

  1. Set up (Something)

  2. Set up (Something similar to #1)

  3. Deliver  (Punch line / twist)

Slide Presentations should be

  1. Clean

  2. Simple

  3. Visual (vs. text)

So your audience GETS IT!, keep in mind the three learning styles

  1. Visual

  2. Auditory

  3. Kinesthetic

Your Presentation should have an

  1. Opening

  2. Body

  3. Conclusion

Another way of stating what a Presentation should contain is

  1. Tell them what you’re going to tell them

  2. Tell them

  3. Tell them what you told them

A good outline for a Persuasive Speech is to talk about the

  1. Past

  2. Present

  3. Future

If you want to become a Better Speaker

  1. Practice

  2. Practice

  3. Practice

The Goal of All Communication

  1. Verbal

  2. Written

  3. Visual

is the same.  We want the recipient(s), as quickly as possible, to GET IT! Using the Rule of Three will make your presentations more

  1. Effective

  2. Powerful

  3. Memorable

Bottom Line:

  1. Re-Read this Post and the examples.

  2. Study the rule and examples.

  3. Use the Rule of Three in your presentations!

About the Author Fred E. Miller is a speaker, an author and a coach. Businesses and individuals hire him because they want to improve their Public Speaking and Presentation Skills. They do this because we perceive really great speakers to be Experts. Perception is reality and we rather deal with Experts. He shows them how to Develop, Practice and Deliver Knock Your Socks Off Presentations! with – No Sweat! Fred E. Miller Fred@NoSweatPublicSpeaking.com nosweatpublicspeaking.com

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