February 17, 2010

Make a Good Presentation

Filed under: Uncategorized — Keynes @ 4:13 am

In these days, there are lots of people worried about doing presentation in front of the public as its importance has been emphasized in various fields such as college or business. I am, personally, supposed to be a presenter in a major class next Friday. Even though I am not familiar with doing presentation in English (actually it would be the first time to do in the States), I used to be a good presenter when I was in home campus in Korea. Thus, I would like to give you a piece of advices about that.

<2008 Business Competition at University of Seoul, Seoul, Korea>

  • Firstly, use your own body. Many people just keep talking during the whole presentation without any gestures. It makes, however, the audiences feel boring. In addition, body gestures such as pointing fingers or arms are effective to focus on the contents of the presentation.
  • Secondly, be professional. During standing in front of the audiences, you should choose formal and complete sentences made of correct words. Moreover, although you can make jokes to let people pay attention to the presentation, do not laugh by yourself since that makes you look like unreliable and even silly.
  • Finally, prepare, prepare and prepare. There is nothing better for a skilled presentation than a lot of practices. I usually spend a time for one presentation 10 times its hour. If do this, you could be confident enough to answer any sudden questions.


  1. I would have never guessed that you had not presented in the States before on Wednesday, when we did our mini-presentation over the photos. This are excellent tips. Good luck on your presentation!

    Comment by taddaniels — February 19, 2010 @ 2:51 pm | Reply

    • Thanks Tad! Actually, it was the First time to speak something in our class:) I was really trembled. Speaking up something is still challenge for me. Thank you for your encourage!!!

      Comment by abeljin — February 19, 2010 @ 10:14 pm | Reply

  2. Great post man! I am definitely going to remember your tips the next time I have to give a presentation.

    Comment by Novak — February 19, 2010 @ 5:44 pm | Reply

    • I appreciate it, Novak! After your presentation, please let me know whether it works:D Great weekends!

      Comment by abeljin — February 19, 2010 @ 10:15 pm | Reply

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