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Did your message reach the audience? Did it make a strong impression? Did they get it? Did you have to repeat the key ideas more than once? Presentation Panic: How to Deliver a Successful Business Presentation by Theodore May is a collection of essays that will guide readers on how to deliver a compelling and successful presentation without panicking. Preparing and delivering a successful presentation is a skill and this guide is a good tool for readers to learn to present themselves, their work, their ideas, and recommendations. The short essays will give readers an introduction to the principles of live performance and also how to put them to work so that their presentation skills can be improved.
Theodore May's experience with tech start-ups and as a senior executive is evident in the manner in which he has written this book and introduced readers to creating fresh, original, and successful business presentations. The essays are simple, short, and crisp, making the book engaging and entertaining. The tips and tools are presented in a structured and methodical manner, making these easy for readers to comprehend and apply. Successful presentations are important in business and the author's extensive and expansive handling of the topic helps readers to look at a presentation with a new outlook. The do's and don'ts teach readers the kind of presentation that should be made and the kind of presenter readers want to become.