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01/30/2017 | Author: Editorial Staff

If you're looking for ways to improve your listing presentation, next time put your conclusion at the beginning. It might sound counterintuitive, but starting with the strongest line you might otherwise save for the end can make your presentation more memorable and effective.

Knowing upfront what conclusion you're working toward frees up your audience to process the details without distraction. They know where you're heading and can connect the dots earlier and ask better questions when applicable.

This trick can save you if you tend to ramble. Well-rehearsed, data-dense presentations can also benefit from a concise summation at the beginning.

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