Watch any Steve Jobs presentation, and you'll likely come away impressed. You'll wonder, "Can I make my presentations half as good as Jobs'?"
In this short video, I'm going to teach a simple Steve Jobs presentation hack that anybody can implement. The good news is this hack will significantly improve your presentations too. I hope you like it.
Read The Video Transcript Below:
I was watching Steve Jobs 2007 Macworld presentation, and I'd been thinking a lot about it because there's so many things you can learn. One of which is just instantly getting people's attention.
But the other one is just the elegance in the simplicity of his messaging. And the key thing here, which most of us make this mistake when we're starting out, is guess what we do when we're pitching people and we're putting together a deck?
Is our deck has too much text in it. And it's just overwhelming for your audience when you do that. If you watch any Steve jobs presentation, one of the things that will hit you, beyond just what a great presenter he is, is just how simple his slide decks are.
There is nothing to them. There is maybe one picture, and maybe one piece of subtext. That's it. Or maybe just one line of text and a lot of blank space.
That's all you need to do when you're pitching. Keep it really simple. Keep yourself from overwhelming your audience with too much information.
And number one, it invites the audience in when you do this, that's the thing. You're not overwhelming them. It's not like, Oh my God, I've got all this stuff. I've got to read. It's simple and it's easy.
So simplify your pitch decks. Make it easier for your audience to see what you're about. And you'll see a world of difference when you do this. Learn from Steve Jobs. I have. I'm email@example.com. Have a great, great day.