• James Walton

2 Questions to Instantly Improve Your Next Presentation

1) What do I want them to know?

2) What do I want them to do?

Many presentations suffer from fuzziness - that soft-around-the-edges feeling of being unsure why we're here or what we're supposed to do because of it. If the main point of your talk is misty to you, it's absolutely foggy to us. 

The simple fix is to begin the preparation to your next presentation with plain answers to these simple questions. The discipline required to articulate a single answer to each question will create clarity in your own mind, which will confer conciseness to your words, which will crush confusion in the mind of your audience.

A powerful presentation builds on a solid foundation. If you want to make an impact with your next opportunity to present, start by asking yourself:

1) What do I want them to know?

2) What do I want them to do?


At Trellis Group, we believe chaos is the enemy of the small business. It's our mission to partner with small business owners and their teams to develop the managerial practices and processes to crush chaos. Revenues go up, anxiety goes down, and work becomes a force multiplier for good in the lives of your people. Reach out to discover how the Trellis Group can help you crush chaos.


Recent Posts

See All

Here's three reasons why getting into the habit of creating strong, contemporaneous documentation will help you excel in your professional life. Results If you're junior in the organization, or even i