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Part II: Planning Your Presentation > Planning Your Presentation

Chapter 7. Planning Your Presentation

Part of planning a presentation means that you must ask yourself why, not what. The “what” part will be answered when you begin to organize your thoughts. In the beginning you should concern yourself with why you are giving a presentation to a particular audience. The answer to this question should help you plan your presentation.

For example, you have been asked to give a presentation to a group of managers in your company on next year’s departmental budget. Don’t start writing down what you expect to say. Instead, ask yourself what you want to accomplish with your presentation. Will you be asking for a budget increase, or presenting a plan showing how you can operate on less money? Think about your specific objectives in relation to your audience before preparing your presentation.


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