Begin the presentation with something humorous.
It’s a smart phone, easily relatable and almost everyone in America has one.
There is a chronological order to the presentation. You can start off as the invention of smartphones, back to 1992. This part of the presentation will get real old real fast so move fast, steady and get out of this zone. It’s going to be sort of statistical, find a way to get the information on the screen, give it a few seconds and move on.
Remember your time frame, at least three minutes no more than five.
Remember the last time you did this, five minutes turned out to be so much faster than you had originally thought.
give the beginning and the initial statistical part of the presentation no more than a minute.
Breaking it down, you have about four minutes to talk about how the smartphone has changed our lives, the Pros and Cons and where the future is headed.
Use your research wisely, since this is just such an insanely broad topic it’s going to be hard to find the necessary information that you NEED to keep.
Be brutal about this, unnecessary, even if it is interesting = trash.
How has the smartphones changed our life.
“Imagine, waking up to an actual alarm clock. Not having the ability to instantaneously text someone about what they want to eat for lunch. Imagine – the bathroom break with out angry birds, the sheer horror of it all.”
concerns – too long
too broad, even in my research, boil it down to something
brainstorm that later today
-visuals should be a synch, I’m not going to worry too much about that.
end the talk with a call to action, go for 1 day without your phones. Shut down everything for a Saturday and just see how much work you’ll get done.