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There is nothing quite like a beautiful body. Perfect form and an end that sells the whole package.

Hey, I’m talking about presentations!

Your presentation can take a number of different forms. You’ll find a list of the most common ones here. For more in-depth information and examples of how to use them, you’ll have to take my online, self-paced video course, Persuasive Presentations 2.0.

Persuasive presentations always have a strong open and close – they’re the most important parts of your presentation … but the middle of your presentation is called “the body” and it has to be “just right.” It’s where you get the chance to really be persuasive.

The body is where you make your key points. And the beauty Read More …

The body of your presentation is where you organize your content. This is where you unveil the key points that support your main theme, or objective.

Once you’ve identified the key points , it’s time to think about the most effective way to communicate them. What “form” are you going to use?

When we talk about “form,” we mean the order in which you present your points and how you “package” them. For example, you might decide to make your points within a story, or perhaps they should be introduced chronologically – based on the date or day they relate to – or maybe by geographic location. In any case, there are ten major forms you can choose from. In this article, we’ll try to Read More …