In part 2 of my Presentation Masterclass, I discuss the five key questions you should be asking yourself if you want your presentation to be compelling, memorable, effective and/or affective.

Having sat through as many dire presentations as I have, I can only conclude that most presentation planning goes about as far as this:
Perhaps a little more thinking is needed here? From the Lifehack post:

” … if your basic preparation is below par, then no amount of shiny graphics and animation will save you – sucky foundation, sucky presentation. To rise above the background noise of a zillion average-to-bad presentations, here are a handful of key questions to ask yourself as you put your thoughts together:
  • Do I really need to present?
  • What do I want to occur as a result?
  • What is the mindset …

You can find the rest here.