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July 8, 2014

You could start your presentation with...

"Hi, my name is John and I am the CEO of Health Unlimited and I am excited to be here today." 

But that does not grab your audience's attention. 

Instead, start with a startling statistic, fact, story, example, anecdote or audience participation. 

 

Here's an example:

"One teaspoon. The Center for Disease Control recommends that the average adult only consume one teaspoon of salt per day. However, 90% of adults consume more sodium than is recommended.  Hi, my name is John and I am the CEO of Health Unlimited and I am excited to be here today."

 

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