Do you get the attention you deserve? Often, people contact me because they feel invisible, ignored, or disrespected. You probably understand.
The idea of reincarnation is hopefully that you come back as someone or something better! So if we take the typical PowerPoint slide out back and put it out of it’s misery, what better form will it take in the next life? Continue reading 3 Rules of PowerPoint Nirvana, part 3
So you have to use a slide deck. You have some important information that you want people to remember and it needs to go on the big screen!
How do you do it right? How do you make sure that your presentation is closer to PowerPoint Nirvana than it is to PowerPoint Saṃsāra (aka:hell)?
PowerPoint makes most speakers worse. Let’s talk about how you use PowerPoint to make you better. All it takes is 3 simple rules.
The rules have nothing to do with fonts, point sizes, number of slides, number of words, colors, animations, or any of the typical advice you’ll see on most of the web. Continue reading 3 Rules of PowerPoint Nirvana
Up to 80% of people who claim to have died and returned report seeing a bright white light. In public speaking, there is another kind of near death experience caused by PowerPoint.
I’m going to give you a new way to think about eye contact that helps you and your listeners feel more comfortable.
Most public speaking programs focus entirely on WHAT you say. Unfortunately, improving WHAT you say won’t help you unless you also know HOW to say it. The first rule of professional speaking is simple: Continue reading Steal their Attention
Most people are better speakers when they don’t use PowerPoint! Slides, pictures, and props have enormous power, unfortunately, most people are using them wrong. If you want to do it “right,” you only need two rules. Continue reading Visuals Done “Right”
Nearly all presentation software, including PowerPoint and Keynote, has a built in feature that will turn you into a better presenter with almost zero effort. Continue reading Improve PowerPoint Skills with One Click
I’ve analyzed hundreds of speakers, and nearly all the worst presenters have the same thing in common. If you don’t know why it’s a problem, you’re probably one of them. Continue reading The #1 Reason Good Speakers Give Bad Presentations