For many people, preparing talks each week can be a very daunting task. From coming up with material to finding clever ways to present it, speakers, preachers, or volunteers can stress heavily over preparing talks. I’d like to share a few thoughts that may be helpful in creating and crafting your next talk. Aside from prayer, working through these steps will help anyone deliver a very meaningful and purposeful presentation.
What Is The Main Thought?
When creating your message, consider what the main thought is to be. Can you boil it down to a theme or topic? Can you succinctly state what you want your listeners to get out of hearing you? There’s nothing more important than knowing your own thesis and theme. When you know your thesis, you can weed out the unnecessary or trivial. Don’t include it if it doesn’t add value to your talk. Clear the clutter…
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