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2 Progress by Reaping Rewards of Powerful PowerPoint Presentations HypnoWave Hypnosis Training Center Ernest VanDenBossche BCH,CI

3 Today’s Break Time Two hour class 10 minute break in the middle.

4 Today’s Outline Equipment Set-up Demonstration Progress with PowerPoint Equipment Options and Costs Your Presentation Theme The Microsoft PowerPoint Program Promote Your Business Add Interesting and Informative Pictures and Graphics Use Sound and CDs with Your Presentation References

5 You the Teacher Educate your community about Hypnotism Speaking to groups can be fun Make your best friend, your PowerPoint Presentation Progress with PowerPoint

6 Promote Your Business Organizations are looking for professional speakers The general public wants to know about hypnosis You are the expert Look up to date, technical and professional

7 List of Places to Present Chamber of Commerce Social Clubs, Rotary, Lions, Ladies Social Workers - give CEUs Medical Workers - Hospitals Gyms and Sports Organizations Adult Education Classes High School Psychology Class

8 Equipment Options and Costs Take your business to the next level.

9 Equipment Options and Costs Evaluate what equipment options fit your needs and what the costs will be to take your business to the next level.

10 Equipment Needs Laptop with a PowerPoint program and projector Laptop: new or used $200 - $2000 Power Point Program: Comes with Microsoft Office Programs – by self $100 -200 Projector: used $200 up or new $600 - $3000 Remote control: varying from $35 – $200

11 Equipment Needs Carrying Bag: Roller cases are best, $50-150 Speakers: Some in projectors. Portables connect to your lap top $50 - $200 Plug bank with surge protector, extension cord, and extras Low end cost of set up: $700 ---- High end cost: $7000

12 If Cost is a Make or Break… Start out with used equipment Save up for the ideal new setup as you learn more and build your business

13 Refurbished Projector A refurbished projector is simply a new projector, rebuilt by the manufacturer. It has a brand new projector lamp and parts, and in most cases with a solid warranty.

14 Save Hundreds $$$ You can save hundreds by purchasing a DLP or LCD projector that weighs six to ten pounds, rather than one that weighs four pounds or less.

15 Leasing a Projector Allows you to acquire the projector today and use cost-effectively until it no longer meets your needs.

16 Selecting the correct projector is based on several specific criteria. Lighting, screen size and throw distance are just a few.

17 Here are some brands, models w/ specs, and possible prices. Epson PowerLite S5, 2000 Lumens, 5.8 Lbs, $600 Hitachi CP-X300 2600 Lumen XGA with 7 Watt Speaker$800 Hitachi CPX-2 (Wireless and PC/LESS) $950 Casio XJ-S36 2000 Lumen Slim Projector 1.26" high. $1050 Hitachi CP-X505 3500 Lumen XGA $1900 Panasonic PT-F100U Lumen 2X Zoom Lens. $ 3200

18 The Microsoft Power Point Program Entrance Your Audience

19 Your Presentation Theme Turn your presentation theme into a story book as you use your intuition, voice, body language, and visual aids to teach the subject most dear to your heart.

20 Outline Make your 1 st or 2 nd slide an outline of your presentation Follow the order of your outline for the rest of the presentation Only place main points on the outline slide

21 Slide Structure Use 1-2 slides per minute of your presentation Write in point form, not complete sentences Include 4-5 points per slide Avoid wordiness: use key words and phrases only

22 Slide Structure – Good Show one point at a time: – Will help audience concentrate on what you are saying – Will prevent audience from reading ahead – Will help you keep your presentation focused

23 To Much on One Slide 1. The third step in self- hypnosis is started one week after you complete the exercises for Step 2. Once you start Step 3, you no longer have to do Step 2. 2. For Step 3, you need a 3x5 card or a business card, which you can easily carry with you at all times. You are to write the suggestion you’ve prepared for yourself, which meets the criteria of being Positive, Simple, Believable, Measurable – and it should carry a Reward. Always state your suggestion in the present tense. 3. Again, sit down and choose a spot opposite you, slightly above eye level. Hold the card in front of the spot and read the suggestion to yourself three times. Make sure the words on the card are believable to you and allow yourself to imagine accomplishing what is written on the card. Use your imagination. 4. You’ve written your suggestion on a card – chosen your spot – read the suggestion to yourself three times – now, drop the card and take your first deep breath. Exhale. Take your second deep breath. Exhale. Now take your third deep breath – hold it – close your eyes – count backward from 3 to 1. Exhale, and go deep into hypnosis. 5. At this point, instead of counting backward from 25 to 1, allow the suggestion to repeat over and over in your subconscious mind. At the same time, imagine that you are carrying out your suggestion. You’ll find that at times the words start to break up and become fragmented. That’s perfectly okay. The important words or phrases will come through to you. In approximately 2- 3 minutes you’ll have a feeling it’s time to stop and wake up. (Note: this time was set when you established a habit pattern in Step 2.) At this point, just count forward: 1…2…3… open your eyes and go about your business, feeling refreshed and relaxed in every way.

24 Slide Structure - Bad Do not use distracting animation Do not go overboard with the animation Be consistent with the animation that you use

25 Fonts - Good Use at least an 18-point font Use different size fonts for main points and secondary points – this font is 24-point, the main point font is 28-point, and the title font is 36-point Use a standard font like Times New Roman or Arial

26 Fonts - Bad If you use a small font, your audience won’t be able to read what you have written CAPITALIZE ONLY WHEN NECESSARY. IT IS DIFFICULT TO READ Don’t use a complicated font

27 Color - Good Use a color of font that contrasts sharply with the background – Ex: blue font on white background Use color to reinforce the logic of your structure – Ex: light blue title and dark blue text Use color to emphasize a point – But only use this occasionally

28 Color - Bad Using a font color that does not contrast with the background color is hard to read Using color for decoration is distracting and annoying. Using a different color for each point is unnecessary – Using a different color for secondary points is also unnecessary Trying to be creative can also be bad

29 Background - Good Use backgrounds such as this one that are attractive but simple Use backgrounds which are light Use the same background consistently throughout your presentation

30 Background – Bad Avoid backgrounds that are distracting or difficult to read from Always be consistent with the background that you use

31 Spelling and Grammar Proof your slides for: – speling mistakes – the use of of repeated words – grammatical errors you might have make If English is not your first language, please have someone else check your presentation!

32 When evaluating, ask yourself these questions Is the visual easy to absorb within five to eight seconds (average attention span)? Is it clear where the eye should travel and what the listener should look at first? Does the visual hold your attention and support a key point in your overall message?

33 Conclusion Use an effective and strong closing – Your audience is likely to remember your last words Use a conclusion slide to: – Summarize the main points of your presentation – Suggest future avenues of research

34 Questions??? End your presentation with a simple question slide to: – Invite your audience to ask questions – Provide a visual aid during question period – Avoid ending a presentation abruptly

35 Use Sound and CDs with Your Presentation Sounds bring life to an image and music love to the heart. Take your groups into hypnosis with your voice, live or recorded, using your presentation kit in a bag.

36 Hypnosis On Your Brain?



39 Sell More CDs

40 A Look at the Program Fun Time

41 Helpful Tips to Becoming a Progressed PowerPoint Presenter All included on your NGH Convention CD

42 Helpful Tips #1 Keep the information on each slide to a minimum. Or make a handout…

43 Helpful Tips #2 The background color, font style, colors and logo should be the same throughout.

44 Helpful Tips #3 Keep it simple Don’t get to wild

45 Projector Lamp The average projector lamp (replacement bulb) cost is $350. Today’s multimedia projectors feature projector lamps that will last for two thousand hours or more. Take good care of your equipment. Helpful Tips #4

46 Hazardous Climate The most hazardous climate to a projector lamp is extreme cold. Allow to warm to room temperature before turning on to avoid the scenario of an exploding projector lamp. Helpful Tips #5

47 Moving the Projector Moving the projector while the projector lamp is still on could shorten the lamp life It could cause the projector lamp to burst. Helpful Tips #6

48 Breathing Room Without proper "breathing room," the projector lamp will be too hot and could burn out much sooner. Pay attention to where the fan exhaust is. Helpful Tips #7

49 Cleaning the Filter Cleaning your projector filter regularly may result in additional months of use from your same projector bulb. Helpful Tips #8

50 Cool It !!! The most common reason for short lived projector bulbs is not allowing the bulb to cool. Most projectors have a feature where they power down themselves. Helpful Tips #9

51 Preserve the Remote’s Batteries If you will not be using the projector remote control for a long period of time, remove the batteries. Do not place the batteries upside down. Helpful Tips #10

52 The Golden Rules of PowerPoint Presentations Present unto others as you would have them present to you. Become a master of being yourself and always look your best.

53 Web References These links are posted for PowerPoint Presentations Students at:

54 PowerPoint Presentations Ernest VanDenBossche BCH,CI

55 Learn about and purchase projectors at: bin/Store/hubProjectors.jsp bin/Store/hubProjectors.jsp 59.html 59.html

56 Mega Information Source:

57 10 Ways to Make PowerPoint Presentations Powerful s/200610/tips_powerpoint.html s/200610/tips_powerpoint.html

58 Learn PowerPoint Basics Make a presentation, voice tutorial on line at Microsoft FREE aspx?AssetID=RC011298761033 aspx?AssetID=RC011298761033

59 How to Make a PowerPoint Presentation That Includes Audio and Video Files Presentation-That-Includes-Audio-and- Video-Files Presentation-That-Includes-Audio-and- Video-Files

60 12 Tips for Creating Better Presentations By Stephanie Krieger at Microsoftline Create your outline in Word and convert to PowerPoint slides resentations.mspx resentations.mspx

61 Hundreds of FREE PowerPoint Presentations to learn from

62 Book References References Are Posted at:

63 Beyond Bullet Points: Using Microsoft PowerPoint to Create Presentations That Inform, Motivate, and Inspire by Cliff Atkinson Treats presentations as stories told in three "acts." Act One develops the story, Act Two develops the action and Act Three frames the resolution.

64 Cutting Edge PowerPoint For Dummies by Geetesh Bajaj This is a good book for people with basic PowerPoint skills. It covers useful skills that people who do PowerPoint regularly should know.

65 Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck by Rick Altman Presents PowerPoint techniques with amazing depth and detail, and integrates all kinds of insights for making your show part of an overall effective presentation.

66 Presentation Zen: Simple Ideas on Presentation Design and Delivery by Garr Reynolds For everyone who is even thinking about presenting; visual clarity, simplicity, presence, planning and more.

67 Presenting to Win The Art of Telling Your Story by Jerry Weissman Everything from putting together your story in a way that will save your public the need to think and addressing the needs they truly have.

68 Solving the PowerPoint Predicament Using Digital Media for Effective Communication by Tom Bunzel One of those books that could make the difference between boring your audience or firing them up, between being a one- time speaker or a natural.

69 Death by PowerPoint How to Avoid Killing You Presentation and Sucking the Life Out of Your Audience by Cherie Kerr PowerPoint is background for your presentation/show. It should not be the whole show. Informative and fun to read at the same time.

70 Special Edition Using Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 by Patrice-Anne Rutledge, Geetesh Bajaj For beginners and intermediate. Very good every day reference.

71 PowerPoint 2003 for Dummies by Doug Lowe A very good reference tool for the beginner Power Point user. Illustrations and follow along directions VERY useful.

72 Fixing PowerPoint Annoyances: How to Fix the Most Annoying Things About Your Favorite Presentation Program by Echo Swinford Don’t buy this book and expect to learn how to create PowerPoint's - this one is to keep on your bookshelf and refer to when you hit a roadblock.

73 Closing Act Positive Re-enforcement

74 Deliver with Confidence Affirmations for Self-Hypnosis Exercise


76 I am confident speaking in public.

77 I am in control. I manage anxiety and fear.

78 I overcome nerves. I look, sound and feel confident.

79 I enjoy public speaking opportunities.

80 I have wonderful presentation skills.

81 I build rapport with my audience.

82 I structure and prepare effective presentations.

83 I impact my audience.

84 I have become a confident public speaker.

85 Presenting PowerPoint enhances my business skills.

86 I am confident.

87 I am professional and I deliver with style.

88 I make key points and messages for all.

89 I control and use my voice to achieve effective results.

90 I deliver effective and powerful presentations.

91 My presentations are memorable, relevant and impressive.

92 Presenting PowerPoint Increases my career opportunities.

93 I enjoy delivering professional presentations.

94 I am respected by my colleagues.

95 I am confident speaking in public.

96 Wonderful !!! You are now ready to Progress to be a Powerful PowerPoint Presenter

97 Quick Previews of Some Hypnosis Presentations Truths and Benefits of Hypnosis

98 Questions ???

99 Progress by Reaping Rewards of Powerful PowerPoint Presentations HypnoWave Hypnosis Training Center Ernest VanDenBossche BCH,CI

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