I often get asked what is on the horizon in the world of presentations. Surprisingly, a lot has changed, but a lot has also stayed the same. If I quickly glance at the clients we serve at Ethos3, 7 out of 10 presentation design requests are still in PowerPoint. … Read More..
Posts By: Scott Schwertly
The new year is about new beginnings, fresh starts and clean slates. I don’t know about you, but I love to use this time to truly evaluate what needs to stay or be deleted on my devices. If an app hasn’t been unused for more than one month, it’s time … Read More..
If you find yourself giving a presentation anytime soon, there is a large probability that a significant part of your audience will be comprised of millennials. These are individuals who were born between 1980-2000, and this group recently surpassed Boomers as the largest and likely most-influential generation in America.
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“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson.
When teachers are passionate about what they’re teaching, it’s infectious. When the barista tells us to “have a good day” with a genuine smile, we can’t help but smile back. And when a presenter is enthusiastic, the energy fills … Read More..
Let’s face it. Social media isn’t going away anytime soon. Having a Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and even Pinterest and Tumblr account aren’t recommended these days — they’re required. We live in a world that demands and desires transparency, sharing and collaboration. We must all be social. This same rule now … Read More..
Last week, we discussed the difference between fear and anxiety. Our conclusion was that most presenters actually possess more anxiety than fear when it comes to presentations and public speaking. Given that reality, I want to unpack ways in which you can combat anxiety in your next speech.
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I can’t get enough of movies. My ideal Friday nights consist of flopping down on the couch and watching a movie at home. There’s just something about the combination of visuals and audio that resonates with me. More importantly, it’s the strong storytelling that pulls me in over and over … Read More..
The cover page of your SlideShare is your first impression. All of your hard work, blood, sweat, and tears is dictated by one tiny thumbnail – at least online and at first. If it doesn’t stand out, no one is going to bother clicking on your deck. So make that … Read More..