Many presentations are designed to persuade an audience to adopt a different point of view or to take some type of action. As far back as 2000 years ago, Aristotle advocated incorporating certain elements into a talk to make it as persuasive as possible and we see these elements all the time in today’s famous TED talks. This infographic summarises the five things you should include in your presentation if you are aiming at persuasion.
One of the biggest mistakes people make is that they forget about rehearsing their presentation. Rehearsing your presentation out loud a minimum of 3 times will give you confidence and ensure you achieve a logical flow between your points.