Chapter 3: Developing Compelling Presentations

Whatever you do, don't run out of gas before you conclude your talk. Or worse yet, don't blurt out those two meaningless words: "Thank You." It communicates to your audience that you're really lost for words and didn't think enough of them to develop a compelling close.

To give your close a little more pizzazz, consider any of these techniques:

When it comes to bringing your speech to a close you're the only one who can ensure that you leave your listeners with a lasting impression. So use any of these suggestions to give your audience a speech they'll never forget.


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