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The “perpetually taxi-ing” presentation

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    Consider a presentation to be like an airplane journey. The ideal presentation gets you in the air quickly. But some presentations spend so long on “background,” “methodology,” and “who we are” that they never get into the air. The audience never gets taken anywhere.

    Limit the introductory information and get to the core of your message as quickly as possible.

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The “perpetually taxi-ing” presentation

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    Consider a presentation to be like an airplane journey. The ideal presentation gets you in the air quickly. But some presentations spend so long on “background,” “methodology,” and “who we are” that they never get into the air. The audience never gets taken anywhere.

    Limit the introductory information and get to the core of your message as quickly as possible.

Have you inflicted one of these presentations on your audience? According to presentation trainer Olivia Mitchell, these seven types are all a result of a lack of planning or the wrong sort of planning. Do you recognize yourself here? If you do, don’t beat yourself up over it, but resolve not to do it again! Visit Olivia's website for more presentation tips.

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