Question 1 of 10

Communication can be likened to a radio signal, therefore it is important to make sure:

Question 2 of 10

Too much jargon, filler words, and distracting visual language might create what type of noise?

Question 3 of 10

When will the audience form their first opinions about their presenter?

Question 4 of 10

First impressions don’t have to be earth shattering, dramatic, or gimmicky. Just reveal your character, motivations, abilities, and vulnerabilities.

Question 5 of 10

Feel free to use very specialized vocabulary in a presentation. Even if the audience doesn’t understand they will know you are extremely knowledgeable and respect you more.

Question 6 of 10

How will the value of your idea be judged?

Question 7 of 10

Don’t worry about including every single detail; 
trim your presentation down to the essential and 
right information

Question 8 of 10

When an audience is looking at slides, they tend to:

Question 9 of 10

The goal of any presentation is to avoid simply projecting a document that could stand alone and to use slides as a backdrop to the presenter’s speaking.

Question 10 of 10

Never let anyone see the presentation before the actual day, as it will reduce the impact. You should 
rely only on your own criticism and ideas.