Let’s face it: PowerPoint isn’t the easiest to learn and use, especially if you’re wanting to elevate your design beyond headers and bullet points. Thankfully there are other tools available today that allow you to easily create presentations — and have them look good, too. Here’s a look:
Humans are a visual species. Our brains process visual information 60,000 times faster than text, and retain 60% more of what we see than what we read. So, it makes sense that mastering the art of being visual can make your content more engaging, more memorable and more shareable. As … Read More..
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Last week I created my first SlideShare presentation ever. I had absolutely NO following on SlideShare. I’m not some “big brand”. I’m not famous. I have extremely limited graphic design skills. Despite all of that, my presentation got … Read More..
Most of us will choose the latter. You’ve got time after all. That is, until 2-months turns into a month. And … Read More..
In the early days of the Schwertly household, I loved watching David Letterman. My wife, on the other hand, always preferred Leno. We both wanted to laugh, but we preferred different channels (no pun intended) to accomplish that goal. Both gentlemen were equally talented, equally funny, but attracted uniquely different … Read More..
Carmine Gallo has built a career on the art of presenting. Not only was he a broadcast journalist for CNN and CBS, but he’s coached executives at Coca-Cola, Chevron and more on public speaking. He penned the bestselling books “The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs” and “Talk Like Ted: The … Read More..
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Jesse Desjardins is a go-getter. Throughout his career, he has gone after what he wanted to do – even if the first answer was no or a deadline had passed. Finding success in that approach … Read More..
Netflix’s inaugural Culture deck is authored by Reed Hastings. IDEO’s culture code is uploaded by Tim Brown. But when Dell Global Talent Manager Jennifer Newbill started thinking about joining the Culture Code campaign and publishing a deck on the inner workings of Dell, she wanted to do something decidedly different: … Read More..