A few years ago, I read a great book by Walter Anderson called The Confidence Course: Seven Steps to Self-Fulfillment. For starters, it’s a great book on self-improvement, but it also offers some great tips and tricks on the topic of storytelling. One major takeaway is Anderson’s focus on … Read More..
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Few things in life are perfect right off the bat. It usually takes some practice or adjusting to get it right. The same applies to SlideShare: Most of the people I know upload a SlideShare presentation and then never alter it. To me, that is heresy.
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As someone who runs a presentation company and speaks publicly for a living, I often get asked about my arsenal of presentation tools. I thought I’d give an inside look into what I use on a consistent basis. Here’s my checklist for a successful presentation:
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If there’s anyone who understands how presentations can have the power to inspire and truly touch a person, it’s Eugene Cheng. The first time he viewed “You Suck at PowerPoint,” by marketer Jesse Desjardin, he was so moved, he decided to launch a presentation design company of his … Read More..
Newspaper editor Arthur Brisbane was quoted in 1911 for using the famous adage:
“Use a picture. It’s worth a thousand words.”
Why? Because visuals can easily make the complex look simple.
Hopefully you’ve heard the great news: You can now easily create and share beautiful, professional-looking presentations directly on SlideShare! Our partnership with Haiku Deck allows you to quickly search for and select images and slide designs to turn your insights and ideas into stunning slidedecks.
So now comes the question: … Read More..
We know visual is viral, which is why SlideShare has partnered with Haiku Deck to enable you to create and share standout visual content right from SlideShare. Now how do you best leverage this new tool so that your presentations are truly stunning and take off?
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We all know Steve Jobs was known for his stage presence as much as his products. He was a captivating, compelling speaker, able to touch everyone in an audience. How did he do it? Here are a few observations:
Personal Connection and Individual Involvement
One of the primary ways Jobs … Read More..