Adapted from several sites related to the definition of "aphorisms", it can be defined as a series of beautiful words spoken and has an implicit meaning (which must be interpreted further) and usually has an element of encouragement and motivation.
We may have known aphorisms from elementary school, but we don't often use them in daily life. You might be surprised that aphorisms quite beneficial if you are using it on your presentation, especially when it comes to an end where you want to leave something nice and unforgettable words to audiences.
Make everyone closer
Aphorisms can easily create a warmer and positive atmosphere, especially about the speaker's character. Aphorisms can be key takeaways that will stick to the mind of the audience even though the presentation session has ended. Therefore, there is no harm in trying to insert a few aphorisms when you make a presentation session in the future. Aphorisms can be proverbs, rhymes or proverbs.
Example of Aphorisms
"Nothing is perfect, so does this presentation session" (meaning: humans do not escape mistakes) ---- suitable to be used to close the presentation session as a step to ask for advice / input from the audience and apologize if there are things that less pleasing to the audience.
"If you do what you've always done you'll get what you've always got." - suitable if you want to encourage the participants in taking action as what you've suggested through your presentation topic.
"You're never too old to learn. Contact me further if you need any discussion" - suitable for you who want to keep in touch with audiences (don't forget to show your contact details on the screen).
So, what is your selected aphorisms for closing presentation? ;)
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