Presentation experts all agree that the first three minutes of a presentation are the most important. They talk about hooks – simple techniques for gaining the immediate attention of the audience.

There are three techniques to hook the audience and by mastering these you will gain confidence from the very beginning.

  • Give them a problem to think about
  • Give them some amazing facts
  • Give them a story or personal anecdote.
1. Suppose ………………………………………..
How would you……………………………………
2. Have you ever wondered why it is that ……………………………………? You have? Well, if I could show you ……………………would you be interested?
3. How many people here this morning/ afternoon/evening ……………………….? Well, image ………………………….Do you think that’s possible?
1. Did you know that……………….
2. According to the latest study………..
3. Statistics show that …………………
4. I read somewhere the other day that……………
1.You know ……………………………..When I think about ……………….I/m reminded of ……………?
2. Have you ever been in the situation where ………………..
I remember when ………………………..
It turned out …………………………….

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