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Choosing a good title will give you focus as you prepare and it
will arouse the interest of others prior to the event. Think of a
"grabber" that is short, vivid, easy to say, original and memo-
One way to do this is to write out your mission statement
and then reduce it to the key words. Soon you will end up with
a unique and powerful title.
Develop several alternatives and ask others for their
preference. Keep making changes until you arrive at one that
excites, pleases, and enthuses everyone.
A great way to begin organizing your presentation is to "map"
your ideas determining how they relate to each other. If you are
new to presenting (or to a certain topic area) the outline of your
message may not be readily apparent.
A map will help you to determine which are the essential
or primary points to cover and which are secondary.
abstract, complex topics and their related concepts. It also
helps you to make choices concerning your talk. You can
always cut out material if you have too much.
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