2 Reasons to Keep Your Presentation Short

There's a good chance that if I asked you to share your ministry with me, you would share about 50-75% more than you need to and would lose my interest. Consider me a stereotypical millennial with the attention span of a gnat, if it makes you feel better.    

1- Build Confidence

A partnership meeting can have a pretty different outcome when you think through what to say. Not just because having a thoughtful presentation can make a difference, but because having actually thought through what you want to say can build your confidence. When you share in a confident way, clearly connecting your partner to the impact, it's easier to listen, more exciting to hear, and the difference that can be made together is more obvious.  

2- Essentials Are Simple

We're in a world where simplification is becoming more and more attractive. Simplify your message, share only the essentials, and practice, practice, practice.

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Jenny Karr, Director of Training & Coaching Services

My mission is to train, equip, and support people in ministry and as the Director of Training and Coaching Services, I get to do all of those things in one role! When I’m not coaching, training, or writing blogs, I’m enjoying time at home or in the city with my husband, daughter, and friends here in Nashville, TN.

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