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Lying down and other exercises. QXP:M02_HALL0768_02_SE_C02 18 9/9/08 15:36 Page 18 brilliant presentation ● ● breathe deeply, 4–8–4–8; ● ● lie down . . this can really help; ● ● practise lip manoeuvres to loosen your mouth muscles; ● ● visualise yourself on-form and doing well; ● ● lie down again – close your eyes and breathe like you’ve never breathed before; ● ● do voice exercises to get your vocal cords working; ● ● make sure your mouth and lips are moist. ● You are not going to die. Lucy Kellaway wrote about cycling to work in the Financial Times on 3 July 2006, ‘Despite the risk I hardly ever feel frightened on my bike.

Think more about your audience than you currently do. ● Stop showing off so much. ● Control your nerves – you might only be brilliant now by the skin of your teeth and that sounds like fragile success. Step five: brilliant presenter Congratulations! Join a cadre of the elite – Bill Clinton, Tim Bell, Tony O’Reilly, Alan Parker, Tom Peters, Richard Eyres, Tony Blair, Charles Handy, Michael Portillo – and, currently, a few others. The idea, of course, is that books like this which are dedicated to the improvement of presentation skills, will make ‘brilliance’ a less unattainable peak.

In 1953 Everest was scaled for the first time – in May 2006 nearly 200 people climbed it. QXP:M03_HALL0768_02_SE_C03 9/9/08 15:36 Page 31 The five levels of mastery Like flu, brilliance is catching. This is what brilliance is I define brilliance in presentation as comprising: ● A deep, transcendental knowledge. ● An all-consuming passion for the subject. ● The ability to tell a story in simple language. ● The ability to make a story seem fresh and full of a sense of discovery. ● A sense of pace and control – a busy person bestowing their time on you.

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