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If you are having dif culty completing any point of the story template, try tackling it from a different direction. This chapter followed a process of completing Act II working from the top of the hierarchy to the bottom, which you may choose to do if you know your topic well. If you re not completely sure of your message or your Key Point headlines, by all means start rst from the Detail column on the right, and work left through the Explanation column and nally the Key Point column. When you complete the three scenes of Act II, your story template will likely extend across more than one page. In the completed Act II section of this story template, shown in Figure 5-25, the Detail column headlines have been abbreviated so that you can see the three scenes on a single page.
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FIGURE 5-25 Act II of the sample story template, with all three scenes completed.
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Each idea you introduce in the presentation will prompt your audience to wonder, Why or how is this true Because each column in your story template is set up to answer the question why or how, you can provide immediate answers. In story terms, this creates a steady dynamic of action/reaction one column is an action, and the next column is a reaction to it. This dynamic structure in Act II helps you to examine all of the possible
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directions for your story. It also helps you to align your information with the way people naturally think and reason, making your story more interesting and engaging.
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Just as much as you need to identify what you want to include in a presentation, the hierarchy in Act II is equally important for the potential slides it leaves out of a presentation. l With the limited capacity of your audience s working memory, you cannot present everything you know instead, you present only the information your audience needs to know. The built-in hierarchy of Act II guides you through a sometimes dif cult but disciplined critical-thinking process that forces you to decide what to include in a presentation and what to leave out. The process of completing Act II acts like an intellectual machete that chops away unneeded data so that clarity shines through. It also helps you create and arrange your slides in both sequence and priority to ensure that you properly manage your ideas as they pass through the eye of the needle of the working memory of your audience.
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You will nd that there is a great deal of information that did not make it into your presentation. If you re missing something important, go back and include it in your headlines. What does not make it into the hierarchy, such as detailed quantitative analysis, can be captured and documented and can then be handed out at the start of the presentation. When you have written the rest of your Act II headlines, you have made sure that you have eshed out the rest of the slides of your presentation. Now every slide in your presentation will be prioritized in your slide hierarchy, as shown in Figure 5-26.
Pulling Through What s Most Important First
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Flesh out the rest of the headlines in Act II.
Key Point 1
Explanation Detail Detail Detail 1.a.i 1.a 1.a.ii 1.a.iii Explanation Detail Detail Detail 1.a.i 2.a 1.a.ii 1.a.iii Explanation Detail Detail Detail 1.a.i 3.a 1.a.ii 1.a.iii
Detail Detail Detail 1.a.i 1.a.ii 1.a.iii Detail Detail Detail 2.a.i 1.a.i 1.a.ii 1.a.iii Detail Detail Detail 1.a.i 3.a.i 1.a.ii 1.a.iii
Call to Action
Key Point 2
Key Point 3
FIGURE 5-26 You determine the rest of your slide hierarchy when you flesh out the rest of your slides in Act II, and in the process you have prioritized every slide.
Don t worry about Act III of your story template at this point you ll quickly take care of that soon when you add graphics to the storyboard in 8.
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