Most ideas fail, not because they are bad ideas, but because they are badly presented.
Most new ideas look crazy at first. Most old ideas look crazy at last. – Onliners
[…] Your first 30 seconds will make a huge difference to the rest of the presentation. Mention an experience they can relate to, make them laugh or just surprise the audience, and you are likely to have their attention for a fair number of minutes. They are expecting additional surprises and therefore are likely to listen carefully to every word you say, not to miss your next joke/surprise.
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- The creative idea implementation plan at jpb.com
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