Ron Tsang – 7 Steps To Build a Presentation That Creates A Standing Ovation

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Today’s guest Ron Tsang, was born with a rare genetic disorder that causes children to have heart attacks. At three and half he had a constant high grade fever at 108 degrees but the doctors didn’t know what to do.

The treatment at the time was to take 12 aspirins to decrease his fever in order to prevent a heart attack as he found out that he had kawasaki disease. It’s still the leading cause of heart failure in children. So many kids don’t know the symptoms and they end up dropping dead in a play ground.

He did his MBA and got a job as a stock analyst and had to evaluate all these business CEO’s and entrepreneurs pitches. He was on the other end of the pitch to make decisions on whether their firm should make investments into the firm. He realized that doing this job he wasn’t’ happy. He didn’t look like he was happy. People told him that he wasn’t happy. So he decided to make a change in his life.

Public Speaking and Communication Tips

Pausing before speaking will help you decrease the ums and ah’s.
Find your speaking personality “Know thyself” – Socrates
Find your opposite speaking personality – this will help you understand everyone your speaking in front of you.

Ask yourself are you more relationship oriented or task oriented?

If you’re a more analytical introverted type, our weakness is to be vulnerable. If you can find your opposite personality type. If you’re someone that is emotional or very out going it may be hard to convince people that are of the opposite personality type.

The biggest thing that holds people back from communicating at a high level. Public speaking is a top fear for most people. It’s not a surprise when you look at brain science when you look at public speaking psychology. Our brains are programmed ancestor olay to prevent not getting rejected from our tribe.

Frank Sinatra was an extrovert and had a group of people that was always around him that he drew energy from.

Here’s how you can overcome any fear when it comes to publish speaking:

  1. Stance
  2. Anchoring
  3. Exercise
  4. Listen to Music
  5. Visualization
  6. Getting Excited

 

The Ovation Outline for speeches is scalable whether you’re speaking for 5 minutes or two days:

  • Why are you there? What is it that you want to do?
  • Speaker GPS – What is it that you want them to remember? Your core message is your GPS.
  • What is your core message? It should be less than twelve words. You have to keep your core message short and powerful.
  • Researches primacy effective and recency effect or what is the first and last thing that they here. Ex: “Your message is more important than you know.”
  • Begin with a Bang – Will it be a quote that people can relate to? A Story they can related to? Is it a statistic? You can tell them what they do know or what they don’t know. If you want to startle them, you want to start with something that
  • Talking Points – when you think of writing an essay you have your three important points that you want to convey. Make your point and then make supporting points such as stories and statistics.
  • Create a memorable moment either at the beginning, middle or end.
  • End with excellence – because of the primacy and recency effect that will bring them back to your core message. Make your most powerful story at the end of the presentation.

Make sure to check out…

Ron’s Website

Standing Ovation

Ron’s Twitter

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