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  • "Hi, I'm Jason Teteak. I help people overcome their fear of public speaking and deliver

    嗨,我叫Jason Teteak,我幫助人們在眾人面前如何克服發表演說的困難以及

  • amazing presentations and today I'm going to show you how to captivate your audience

    傳達一個超棒的簡報,而今天我將要告訴你要在做簡報時如何吸引你的聽眾

  • within the first 5 minutes of your presentation. Here's how I'm going to do it."

    在簡報開場白的五分鐘。而這裡是我將要告訴你的

  • "I'm going to show you 5 steps to deliver a killer opener."

    我要教你使用這五個步驟展現你殺手級的開場白

  • If you're watching this, you probably already know that delivering great presentations is

    如果你在看這個影片,你大概已經知道要發表一個超棒的簡報是一個

  • critical to advance your career, but did you know that research says that most adults will

    可以增進你的生涯的關鍵所在,但是你知道有資料顯示說大部分的成人都會

  • stop listening to your presentation within the first 10 minutes if they aren't convinced

    在前面的十分鐘就開始停止聽你的簡報內容了,如果他們不被你說服地的話

  • there's something in it for them?

    因你的簡報內容不是他們所想要的

  • The problem is that most people don't know about the skills they need to hook their audience,

    真正的問題是大多數的人並不知道要如何吸引聽眾們的簡報的技巧

  • give a great presentation, and overcome their fear of doing it.

    想要有一個超棒的簡報,那你也必須克服恐懼

  • What am I going to do?

    所以我應當要怎麼做呢?

  • Hi Jim. How's it going?

    嗨,Jim,最近還好嗎?

  • I'm freaking out about this big presentation I have to give tomorrow.

    我快被這個簡報給搞瘋了,而我明天要就要演說了

  • Well did you write out your opener and practice it three times?

    恩...你有寫下你的開場白和練習三次了嗎?

  • No.

    沒有

  • No? Why not?

    沒有?為什麼呢?

  • I'm terrified and I don't even know where to start.

    我嚇壞了,我甚至不知道該從哪開始說起

  • Trust me, I've been in that situation before and it's not fun. So to help you out, I'm

    相信我,我之前也遇過這樣個情境,並不好受。所以讓我幫助你吧

  • going to show you my 5 step formula to deliver a killer presentation opener every time.

    我將要告訴你我的五個方法,如何每次都發表一個殺手級的開場白簡報

  • Let's start off with step number one, which is "Give a Confident Introduction."

    那我們從第一個開始說起:一個自信的介紹

  • One of the biggest mistakes people make when they start their presentation is showing nervousness.

    其中最大的問題之一是當人們開始演說簡報的時候,總是表現出他們的緊張

  • Here's the key: It's not whether you're nervous, it's whether you show it.

    這就是關鍵所在,並不要感到緊張,重要的是你所要傳達的

  • The first thing you need to do is stand STILL. Don't move. Don't pace, and keep your hands

    第一件事就是你必須要站的直立,不要擺動搖晃,不要緩慢地走來走去,將你的手放在

  • at your sides.

    你的腿兩側

  • This is the most calm and confident stance on the planet, and it handles the number 1

    這是地球上最冷靜和最有自信的姿態,也抓住了第一要點

  • need of your audience which is to feel safe.

    就是讓你的聽眾們感到你有穩健的台風

  • Now you can introduce yourself and say "Hi, my name is Jason Teteak."

    現在你可以向聽眾自我介紹說:嗨我叫Jason Teteak

  • When you do this, bring your inflection down at the end to show confidence. Instead of:

    當你在做這個的時候,在句子最後的地方將你的語調變低展現你的自信,而不是

  • "Hi, my name is Jason Teteak?" Say: "Hi, my name is Jason Teteak." See the difference?

    嗨我叫Jason Teteak,和嗨我叫Jason Teteak,是否感覺到差別了呢?

  • Now we move on to step 2, which is Give Your Credentials.

    而現在我們來到第二點:給予你的憑證

  • This is where many presenters make the mistake of simply giving their title and years of

    這是許多簡報者在標題所犯錯的也是長久經驗的錯誤

  • experience. They say something like "I'm a presentation skills coach and I've been doing

    像是他們說我是簡報技巧的專家,並在這領域

  • it for 20 years."

    有20年這麼久了

  • Yet, your audience wants to know: "What can you do for me?" They need to know who you

    然而,你的聽眾想要知道的是你可以為我做什麼?他們想要知道你是誰

  • are, why you're the best person to deliver this presentation, and what you have to offer

    為什麼你會是最好的人去傳達這個簡報,以及你會提供什麼給

  • them.

    他們

  • For example, I might say "I help people overcome their fear of public speaking and deliver

    舉個例子,我可能會說:我幫助人們克服在大眾面前發表演說的恐懼以及發表

  • amazing presentations."

    一個超棒的簡報

  • What would that look like for you? To figure this out, you need a short elevator speech.

    那對你來說像什麼呢?想要理解這些,你會需要一個隨時都該做好準備的電梯簡報

  • It looks like this: "You know how some people have this problem? Well I offer this solution."

    這會像是,你知道有些人怎麼會有這個問題嗎?而我提供這個解決辦法

  • The solution you offer is how you help people.

    這個解決辦法是你如何幫助人們

  • For me, it was: "You know how some people have a fear of public speaking and a have

    對我來說,你知道有些人對於在大眾面前講話會感到恐懼,以及

  • hard time getting their message across in a presentation? Well, I help them overcome

    要在在簡報中吸收簡報者傳達的訊息感到困難,讓我來幫你克服

  • their fear of public speaking and deliver amazing presentations."

    你在大眾面前的恐懼和發表一個超棒的簡報

  • What's your credentials statement?

    那什麼是你的憑證呢?

  • You'll be amazed at the effect this has on your audience.

    你會感到驚訝這個效果影響了你的觀眾

  • Step 3 is to "Deliver Your Hook."

    步驟三:釣住聽眾吸引力的關鍵句子

  • My hook for this video presentation might look something like this "I'm going to show

    這個簡報影片的吸引力看起來像是我將要告訴你

  • you how to captivate your audience within the first 5 minutes of your presentation."

    你要如何吸引你的聽眾在發表簡報的前面五分鐘

  • When you do this, you have to get your audience to "feel" something.

    當你在做這個的時候,你必須讓你的聽眾感覺到什麼

  • How do you get them to feel?

    但你要怎麼讓他們感覺到呢?

  • You have 3 choices. You can get them to feel more happy, more successful, or more free.

    你有三種選擇,妳可以讓他們感覺到更開心、更成功地、或是更多自由

  • Look at my hook. I said "I'm going to show you how to captivate your audience within

    看我如何釣住聽眾吸引力的關鍵句子,我說:我將要教你如何吸引你的聽眾

  • the first 5 minutes of your presentation."

    在簡報前面的五分鐘

  • When you captivate your audience within the first 5 minutes of your presentation, you'll

    當你抓住了你的聽眾在前五分鐘的簡報裡,你會

  • feel happier because they are listening to you, you'll feel more successful because you

    感覺到開心,因為他們正認真地聽你發表簡報,你會感到有所成就,因為你

  • look like an expert, and you'll feel more freedom when you spend less time worrying

    像是一位專業的講者,你也會感到更加自由,因為你花更少的時間擔心

  • about your presentation the night before.

    在你的要發表簡報的前夕

  • Here's the practical for you. For your presentation, write down the words "I'm going to show you..."

    這就是實際的你。在你的簡報裡寫下文字,而我將要向你展現....

  • then fill in the rest with something that's going to create more happiness, success, or

    之後再填寫其餘的會創造更多更順利、成功的東西,或是

  • freedom for your audience.

    給你的聽眾自由

  • Here's the rule. You can't tell them WHAT they're going to get until you've told them

    而規則是:你可以告訴他們將會得到什麼,直到你告訴他們

  • WHY they would want it. Your hook has to be something that gets them to BELIEVE that

    為什麼他們會因此想要獲得。你的魅力必須要使得他們「相信」

  • want what you're going to give them.

    你能給予他們所想要的

  • Take a moment right now and write down WHY your presentation will make your audience

    現在花點時間寫下為什麼你的簡報會使你的聽眾

  • more happy, successful or free in their life.

    在他們人生中感覺更快樂、成功或是更自由

  • And now we move on to step number 4, which is to "Introduce Your Agenda." I recommend

    而現在我們將到下一個步驟四:介紹你的議程,而我建議

  • you use a PowerPoint for this step, and the slide should look something like this.

    你使用PowerPoint,而投影片應該長的類似這樣

  • The purpose of this step is to show your audience the takeaways for your presentation -- the

    這個步驟的目的是要向你的聽眾展現他們所可以帶走的資訊

  • things they get to "take away" and use tomorrow after listening to your presentation.

    而這些資訊是要他們能帶吸收而帶走的,在聆聽你的簡報之後並會在明天運用到

  • Don't read the slide. They're adults. They can read. Instead, just give them a moment

    不要唸出投影片上的字。他們都是成人,他們可以閱讀,只要給予他們點時間

  • to read it themselves, and introduce your agenda by summarizing what you'll be doing.

    讓他們自行閱讀,而大致陳述你會說些什麼內容當你在介紹議程的時候

  • You do this by mentioning the number of takeaways you'll be giving them, and paraphrasing the

    你會藉由提及各個要點並告訴他們你將要給於他們什麼,並釋義

  • goal of your presentation.

    你的簡報目標

  • Here's what it looks like:

    就像是這樣

  • "I'm going to show you 5 steps to deliver a killer opener."

    我將要告訴你五個殺手級的開場白

  • What would this look like for you?

    你覺得這樣看起來如何呢?

  • The last step is Step 5 Give a Credible Statement.

    最後一個步驟五是你要給予一個可信的說法

  • You can do this by giving relevant or compelling data to your audience to support your message.

    你可以藉由給予相關資訊或是令人注目的數據來支持你的資訊

  • Remember how I did this at the beginning of this video?

    你還記得在影片開頭我是怎麼做的嗎?

  • I said, "You probably already know that delivering great presentations is critical to advance

    我說:你也許已經知道想要發表一個超棒的簡報,是一個可以增進你的生涯的關鍵所在

  • your career, but did you know that research says that most adults will stop listening

    但是你知道有資料顯示說大部分的成人都會在

  • to your presentation within the first 10 minutes if they aren't convinced there's something

    前面的十分鐘就開始停止聽你的簡報內容了,如果他們不被你說服地的話,

  • in it for them?"

    因為你的簡報內容不是他們所想要的

  • When you do this within the first 2 minutes of your presentation, your audience starts

    當你在做簡報的前兩分鐘,你的聽眾開始

  • to trust you. Without bragging, your listeners start to think "oooh this guy knows what he's

    信任你。我沒再吹牛,你的聽眾開始思考:歐!這個人知道他自己在

  • talking about"

    說些什麼

  • Done.

    就是這樣

  • When I put those 5 steps together, it sounds like this:

    當我把這五個步驟併在一起,聽起來就會像:

  • "Hi, I'm Jason Teteak. I help people overcome their fear of public speaking and deliver

    嗨,我叫Jason Teteak,我幫助人們在眾人面前克服發表演說的困難以及

  • amazing presentations and today I'm going to show you how to captivate your audience

    傳達一個超棒的簡報,而今天我將要告訴你要在做簡報時如何吸引你的聽眾

  • within the first 5 minutes of your presentation. Here's how I'm going to do it."

    在簡報開場白的五分鐘。而這裡是我將要告訴你的

  • "I'm going to show you 5 steps to deliver a killer opener."

    我要教你使用這五個步驟展現你殺手級的開場白

  • "You probably already know that delivering great presentations is critical to advance

    你大概已經知道要發表一個超棒的簡報是一個可以增進你的生涯的關鍵所在

  • your career, but did you know that research says that most adults will stop listening

    但是你知道有資料顯示說大部分的成人都會在前面的十分鐘就開始停止

  • to your presentation within the first 10 minutes if they aren't convinced there's something

    聽你的簡報內容了,如果他們不被你說服的話

  • in it for them?"

    因你的簡報內容不是他們所想要的

  • Wow! Do you see how powerful that is?

    哇! 你是否感覺到這是一個多強而有力的開場白嗎?

  • Those are the 5 steps to deliver a killer presentation opener whenever you do a presentation.

    那些是教授你如何發表殺手級的開場白簡報的五個步驟

  • I know this is a lot of information for you to take in.

    我知道這是一個大量的訊息你不好一次馬上吸收

  • For that reason, I put together some free video training for everyone who stayed to

    出於這個原因,我整理了一些免費訓練的影片給大家,若你是有持續觀賞到

  • the end of this video.

    影片最後的話

  • You'll not only learn how to give a killer opener, but the exact skills and specific

    不僅你會學到如何給一個殺手級的開場白,也有你需要的知道確切技巧和特定的

  • techniques you need to nail your entire presentation.

    技術,讓你整個簡報印象深刻

  • To get your free training, all you need to do is click the button right here, or the

    想要得到免費的訓練,你所要做的就是點擊這個按鈕,或是

  • link below in the description.

    以下說明的連結

  • So go on, get your free training and click that link below.

    所以快點擊下去吧,點擊以下連結並拿到免費的訓練吧!

  • I hope you enjoyed this video and if you did, let me know by leaving a comment, hitting

    希望你喜歡這個影片,如果真的是,藉由留言讓我得知,或是

  • the thumbs up button, and subscribing to my channel.

    按讚,以及訂閱我的頻道

  • This is Jason Teteak from ruletheroom.com, and you just learned the 5 steps to deliver

    這是Jason Teteak來自ruletheroom.com,而你剛剛所學到的是五個步驟去表達

  • a killer opener every time you give a presentation.

    當你每每在發表簡報的時候,有一個殺手級的開場白

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嗨,我叫Jason Teteak,我幫助人們在眾人面前如何克服發表演說的困難以及

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