When you are assigned an important presentation for work or school, do you prefer to work on it right away so that you can work on it a little bit every day, or wait until you have a good idea about the presentation?

It is critically important that the presentation dedicated to the work or school would have a unique and attractive subject. Personally, I prefer to wait until I find a worthwhile idea to present an excellent presentation. After that, I will start working on the assignment according to a regular schedule. First off, the main idea should have the potential to expand into good topics and sub-topics. Considering the tree structure of a presentation, the main idea or main title is the root, and the head-topics and sub-topics form the branches and sub-branches respectively. The interesting head-topics and sub-topics would make a presentation more valuable. For instance, consider a student who cannot find relevant information to develop his subject into some attractive topics. Thus, he has to change his subject after all efforts he has done. As a result, finding a perfect idea is the most important part of an assignment or a presentation. The second point is that working purposeless doesn’t get a good result. Therefore, working on an assignment without a good idea and a certain plan is just a wasting time. As an example, imagine a student who should give a lecture about a bird species for his biology class, while he gathered information about a great variety of bird species. Why did he do this in vain? As the first step, He had just needed to select one species as his study case then he had must collect information about just that particular species. In fact, having a good idea gives purpose to our efforts and helps us to step on the right path. In conclusion, finding a worthwhile idea must be considered the first and most important step of a presentation. A good idea helps us to work purposefully on our presentations according to a schedule. It’s obvious that purposeful efforts based on a precise plan led to a great result.
Submitted by Saeed Pasha Zanousi on
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