Body of Presentation
Recommend writing this first. Very likely that every other part of presentation will arise from this = the Title of the Presentation, the One Absolute Statement, The Opening, Closing and, of course, the Signpost.
After, or as part of your opening – connect with the audience by telling them a story – an anecdote – or something personal about yourself. You see, as you begin your presentation they will be wondering about you – examining your impact and appearance – and wondering what you know about the subject you are about to present. It will put their minds at rest if you are able to fully connect with them by telling them something personal, funny, or interesting about yourself and your relationship to/with the subject of your talk.
This is where you tell the audience what you are going to tell them. If your one absolute statement for example is “Please become an organ donor – sign up today”, you could signpost this by saying “Today I’m going to ask you to sign up to be an organ donor. I’m going to tell you why, how and when you can be a donor – and at the end of my talk I’m going to ask you to come forward and sign up”. (Your personal/creative could have been a true and dramatically told story of how one donor’s bequest saved several lives.