Many of us often make presentations to educate or persuade others. Too often the idea or ideas we are trying to communicate are overshadowed by our incorrect use of the presentation software. When the software takes center stage instead of you or your idea, you have failed at your objective. One of my favorite bloggers,… Read More
From Michael Hyatt’s post: Presentation software can be a wonderful tool if used correctly. It can also be a dangerous distraction that interferes with communication rather than facilitating it. The line between the two is thin. . .. Here are my five rules for making more effective presentations. Click here to read his post! Another… Read More
Good Monday morning to you! Our family has been down South for a wedding and to visit family which is one reason for no posts over this last week. It was a great time and a good deal warmer than up here in the Midwest!! Communication is tricky and difficult at best. I know you… Read More
This is an excellent idea. Check out the Duarte presentation on Slidedocs.
Good evening. I came across this article on the Inc.com site addressing five things effective speakers do in their Ted Talks. The five things are: 1. One Big Idea, “If you had to say there was one magical element to the best TED talks, it’s that those speakers picked one really, really big idea . . .”… Read More
Good afternoon – have you ever made one of those silly and simple mistakes that leave you feeling a bit dumb? I did today. I have a Facebook page for my coaching and consulting practice. So, I decided to invite a number of people to “like” the page. There was one problem however, I have… Read More