字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 (Wailing) Bet you thought I was Bruce Lee! Hi, it's Carl Kwan here and this is Presentation Quick Tip #7. Now, it's a really good idea to begin your presentations with a question, as my buddy Jonathan Li in Hong Kong recommended. Now, one thing, though, you do have to be careful of is that sometimes people will not answer because either they don't want to, or because they really don't know the answer. So there are three things you should do when asking questions. Number one, ask the question but don't wait too long for an answer. Number two, ask the question and then point to someone specifically to answer the question for you. And finally number three, ask a rhetorical question, a question that people already know the answer to. Then that way, you're not wasting time waiting for people to answer your question, in case they really don't know or they're not being very nice and don't want to answer. So make sure you do use a question to start your presentations, that's very good, but also be mindful of those three things. That is Presentation Quick Tip #7. If you have any questions about this one, please leave them below this video. Thanks for watching. Talk to you again soon. Bye-bye.