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Two minute presentation on ANYTHING?!

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    I have to do a 2min presentation for an AC for a consulting role and was told it can be "absolutely anything" even a time you tied your own shoe lace!

    I havent a clue what to talk about, shud i mention a business case study, something about myself etc??

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    Just do it through the medium of dance and they'll love you forever
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    It's obviously your presentation skills they're looking for, rather than the actual content.
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    Can you do any magic tricks?

    Oh, I know, talk about how they're all an illusion because it's all in your head and none of them really exist because you made them up. That should creep them out- my old maths teacher used to do it to us.
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    Just do it on something you can talk passionately about for 2 minutes, a hobby or something.
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    mmm just gona keep it simple and talk abt a charity i helped create and was invited to downing street for! suggestions of magic tricks etc wud go down too well!!
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    When you learnt to ride a bicycle! With good descriptive language, you can have the audience tranced, finish it with a dramatic finish! (crashed into a tree, broke your knee )
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    iv prepared a speech abt charity work bt it sounds like a standard competency based interview answer, when in fact this presentation will be in front of the whole group/ac antendees as well as hr ppl.
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    Why don't you do something which is of great interest to you? . . .ie hobby . .

    When I had this same sorta thing at college many moons ago, I did my presentation on Dancing, as that means a lot to me, ie hobby since I was 4 years old.
    I found doing this, I was comfortable talking to my audience and I knew what I was talking about. I also bought in my Pointe shoes as a visaul aid as the people in my class had never seen a pair of Pointe shoes, really did get the class gripped on what I was talking about.

    That is what I would do OP

    Good Luck
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    Does two minutes seem incrediably short to anyone else?
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    hey I need help on a two minute presentation on geography


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