Cut Out the Non-Essential Details

When executives listen to a presentation, they tend to get frustrated when presenters dive too deep into the details. To help you stay on the message — ask yourself these 3 questions before including a piece of information.

  1. What does my audience need to know about this topic?
  2. What would I like to tell them (but should cut out)?
  3. What pieces of information will reinforce my key messages?

Unfortunately we have to keep most of our expertise and knowledge to ourselves and only spend time on the information the audience needs to know. However, when we do this, we’re sure to engage them!

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