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In a presentation, the importance of the beginning and the end are as much as the middle. Knowing how to create this significance will enhance your presentation effect.
The beginning of your talk or presentation is an opportunity to hook the audience. This equates to a level of engagement that keeps the audience listening attentively to the rest of your remarks. The hook can be any number of strategies but top choices that are most persuasive include: a statistic, a question, an anecdote, a number or a fact. Try combining two or three hooks together to draw in your listeners by illustrating a dilemma or problem they face. Then once they’re hooked follow up with how your presentation will solve the dilemma they face; this is often known as the solution. The beginning is also a the time to share your credentials and why you are an expert on your presentation topic.
Use the beginning to identify the 3 core elements of your presentation to alert listeners to what they’ll learn in the middle. And of course use the beginning to explicitly identify what the listener will gain by sitting through the entire talk. Read the rest of this entry »
Several surveys have been conducted by leading fitness centers and it has been observed that the rise in the employment of fitness workers is expected to increase by 29% between 2008 and 2018 which means one needs to be careful in selecting a trainer for the best results.
Everyone has a desire to remain in shape and have a fit body. And thus personal trainers are required to help one in losing weight and enjoy exercise routines daily. As more and more people are looking at the fitness industry, it becomes the responsibility of people to enquire about certain factors while considering a personal trainer to achieve their fitness goals.