Chapter 3: Developing Compelling Presentations

Using Visual Aids

Visual aids can add interest and clarity to your speech or presentation. However, they can weaken your performance too. It's important to remember that visual aids should only be used to supplement your words not replace or overshadow them. In public speaking, your mission shouldn't be to wow your audience with fancy graphics but to choose words that effectively communicate your message. If you absolutely need graphics to make your speech interesting then there is probably a problem with the content.

Here are some suggestions on how you can use illustrations to effectively illustrate or enhance your content:

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