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Dragon's Den Prep

Tutor: Richard Reynolds

What goes into my presentation.

Untangle - Give a beginning and an end.

Peel the layers.

Give strong information.

For Dragon's Den - simple and clear.

For tutors - Cover all areas. Precise.

Don't bring too many big ideas.

Make sure my presentation is going somewhere.

When people have pre-knowledge, the audience knows how it all connect/where it comes from.

Think how M. Night. Shayamalan would show it.

Work backwards - What key things do I want to tell?

Don't let the words and text fight each other.

Reference direct quotes.

Keep the opening intro of yourself simple. Start with the best example.

How you look 55%

How you sound 38%

What you say 7%


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