In post 32 we talked about talking fast. Something that every presenter and trainer needs to be careful with. Now, let’s switch gears into a few posts around demos.

Mistake: The demos are just too complex

Why is this a problem: Your demos are there to prove your point and to enhance the learning process of your students. However, if they cannot understand them because you haven’t considered their skills, experience and knowledge, then they are useless.

SolutionUnderstand who your audience is and what their knowledge and expectations are. Then create demos that are suitable for them.

In general, understanding who your audience is should be the first thing you do when you start preparing your presentation. 

Here, now you are 33 steps closer to becoming a great trainer. ?

Next: Read Mistake 34 – Summarize Your Demo.

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