[VIDEO] How to start a presentation

I think it’s always important to use a simple, effective introduction expression at the beginning of a presentation.

From PresentationExpressions.com – Video length 4:08

http://presentationexpressions.com/2010/01/expression-video-easy-presentation-introduction-expression/

Why

The reason is that you’ll be nervous because of the presentation and because you want to make a good impression.

The first thing you say will create the atmosphere for your whole presentation, so it’s very important to use a good introduction expression.

Expression

Well, today you’ll learn an easy and simple presentation introduction expression. It’ll help you feel confident and calm. And you’ll be able to make a good first impression.

Your audience will think you are very polite and have good manners.

The best part is that it’s easy to remember and you can use it for every presentation.

You may already know this one, it’s “Thank you for being here today. I’m ____ (and I’m) from ____. I’m here today to talk to you about ____”

A variation of this is “Thank you for joining me here this evening/afternoon/morning. I’m ____ (and I’m) from ____. I’m here today to talk to you about ____”

Here’s an example: Thank you for being here today. I’m Carl from PresentationExpressions.com. I’m here today to talk to you about effective presentation expressions.

Action

Write the first sentence of your introduction using the expression you learned today.
Practice it until you memorize it and feel comfortable and relaxed.
Use it for your next presentation.
Then be sure to leave us a comment or feedback about this expression. We’d love to hear from you.

Thanks.

Carl

Video length 4:08

http://presentationexpressions.com/2010/01/expression-video-easy-presentation-introduction-expression/

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