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Presentation Hero Academy: Know your audience - A free lesson from the Presentation Structure course

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This is the first lesson of the Presentation Structure module created by Presentation Hero Academy. Enjoy this proven technique to better begin all your presentation efforts for free. If you like what you see consider heading over to http://preshero.co/ and buying one of the courses you find there. You will allow me to create more and more videos like this one.

Summary:
‣ Change your perspective.
‣ Investigate your audience or create some personas.
‣ Understand the wants, goals, stakes, and reasons.
‣ Reconcile them with yours.
‣ And look at your material with their eyes.

Synopsis

Your presentation is clearly from you, there's no doubt about that, but it's for your audience. Now, what do you know about your audience? Do you know them well enough? And if you don't know them, how would you go about researching them?

There's two methodologies: that you will learn in this video.

If you have a small group, you can wear you Sherlock Holmes costume and start investigating.

The second methodology involves larger groups. In this case you cannot research single individuals or companies. What you can do is develop "Personas."

Imagine that you are one of those people. And this is not very easy because you have to change your perspective, from you looking at the room to the room looking at you.

You have to impersonate a member of your audience. In other words, you have to put yourself in their shoes but other people's shoes are not always so comfortable. You will learn learn a technique that will help us wear those shoes.

Then you will learn how to understand your audience better by asking yourself what are their wants, goals, stakes and reasons. You will need to reconcile them with your own.

Now to the hard stuff. Lay out your material and look at it with your audience’s eyes. Listen to your words. Listen to your language with the ears of your audience. How does that language feel? Does it feel connected to the world of your audience?

Boom! If you have done all of this correctly there shouldn’t be one single slide of your previously envisioned presentation left standing. You will have substituted them with slides directly relevant to your audience.

This process changes everything in the way you craft presentations, gives you a fantastic blank slate where you know exactly how to nail your goals and the goals of your audience, how to satisfy all the wants, and keep in mind all the stakes while knowing all the reasons.

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http://preshero.co/ This is the first lesson of the Presentation Structure module created by Presentation Hero Academy. Enjoy this proven technique to better begin all your presentation efforts for free. If you like what you see consider heading over to http://preshero.co/ and buying one of the courses you find there. You will allow me to create more and more videos like this one. Summary: ‣ Change your perspective. ‣ Investigate your audience or create some personas. ‣ Understand the wants, goals, stakes, and reasons. ‣ Reconcile them with yours. ‣ And look at your material with their eyes. Synopsis Your presentation is clearly from you, there's no doubt about that, but it's for your audience. Now, what do you know about your audience? Do you know them well enough? And if you don't know them, how would you go about researching them? There's two methodologies: that you will learn in this video. If you have a small group, you can wear you Sherlock Holmes costume and start investigating. The second methodology involves larger groups. In this case you cannot research single individuals or companies. What you can do is develop "Personas." Imagine that you are one of those people. And this is not very easy because you have to change your perspective, from you looking at the room to the room looking at you. You have to impersonate a member of your audience. In other words, you have to put yourself in their shoes but other people's shoes are not always so comfortable. You will learn learn a technique that will help us wear those shoes. Then you will learn how to understand your audience better by asking yourself what are their wants, goals, stakes and reasons. You will need to reconcile them with your own. Now to the hard stuff. Lay out your material and look at it with your audience’s eyes. Listen to your words. Listen to your language with the ears of your audience. How does that language feel? Does it feel connected to the world of your audience? Boom! If you have done all of this correctly there shouldn’t be one single slide of your previously envisioned presentation left standing. You will have substituted them with slides directly relevant to your audience. This process changes everything in the way you craft presentations, gives you a fantastic blank slate where you know exactly how to nail your goals and the goals of your audience, how to satisfy all the wants, and keep in mind all the stakes while knowing all the reasons.

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