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“12 SURPRISING WAYS TO USE EVERNOTE YOU MIGHT NOT HAVE CONSIDERED” by Michael Hyatt

brick wall stock_photos-JayMatri-jaymantri-18Many 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, Michael Hyatt, has some suggestions in his blog “5 RULES FOR MORE EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONS”. His five rules are:

1. Don’t give your presentation software center stage.

2. Create a logical flow to your presentation.

3. Make your presentation readable.

4. Remember, less is more.

5. Distribute a handout.

Michael expands each point with some good suggestions and references to other presentation helps. If you use presentations in what you do, I would recommend reading his entire post by clicking here.

 

BG

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 great presentation resource is Nancy Duarte’s book Resonate!

Resonate

BooksGood article by Michael Hyatt on why reading on paper, especially long-form reading, is much superior to reading on electronic devices. I agree with him.

Click here to read Michael’s article.

  1. Memory
  2. Comprehension
  3. Distraction
  4. Immersive Engagement

It’s a good article!

BG

“99 Best Facebook Pages to Follow for Aspiring Social Media PROS”

“7 Sure-Fire Ways to Reduce Stress and Restore Your Sanity” – Michael Hyatt

surprising uses for Evernote

“The Practice of Stillness” – Michael Hyatt

“3 Ways to Turn Your Consulting into a Product”

“How to Break Free from Your Day Job and Live Your Passion”