Some tips about how to prepare ourselves before starting a presentation. You need to learn what to do to prepare for a presentation before it happens.
1- Check the slides to prepare for a presentation
The first important thing to prepare for a presentation is to check all of your slides in the conference hall. You don’t have to check – out the connection and think it’s over because you need to check all your slides. Why? Because the projector is RGB, Red, Green, Blue, and if one color doesn’t work, for example, the Red. Sometimes these things will happen, and the audience can’t read your scripts or images.
2- The seats
Please sit on all seats and check your slides. Here was a seminar for 800 audiences. I came there the night before, and sat on all of the chairs. Not exactly all of them but in different areas. Once on the first row, the seats in the middle and upstairs. The second floor can’t see in this picture so I couldn’t have a perfect presentation there.
Why? Why did I check the seats? Because the audience can’t read the last line in the slides at the bottom of the page. So try to write in the middle of the page and top of it.
You have to know something about writing at the top. Imagine you see a slide that the half of the text is out of the screen. What will you feel? It’s not pleasant. Some projectors are bigger than the screen, and the script will be out of the standard frame. I can change its place like this, out in here. A little in the middle and the projector can show it correctly. If you check your slides a day before the seminar or several hours before that, you can be sure that everything is set and will work correctly.