Secrets of Great Presentations #1: Show, Don't Tell

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The only sure-fire way to create great presentations and sell your ideas. Created by Bruce Kasanoff, author of How to Self-Promote without Being a Jerk, available here: goo.gl/xP6F3Z
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Secrets of Great Presentations #1: Show, Don't Tell

  1. To bring your ideas to life, show instead of telling.
  2. To bring your ideas to life, show instead of telling.
  3. Show the way you want things to be.
  4. Show the way you want things to be.
  5. Telling is a mere shadow of showing.
  6. Telling is a mere shadow of showing.
  7. Done right, “showing” has an element of magic to it.
  8. Done right, “showing” has an element of magic to it.
  9. Try it yourself! Photograph your own two versions of images like these.
  10. Try it yourself! Photograph your own two versions of images like these.
  11. Adapt the basic stuff around you to show others your vision.
  12. Adapt the basic stuff around you to show others your vision.
  13. Each of us makes different connections between different objects, events and ideas.
  14. Each of us makes different connections between different objects, events and ideas.
  15. Show people your vision of how one thing relates to another.
  16. Show people your vision of how one thing relates to another.
  17. Show how one person relates to another.
  18. Show how one person relates to another.
  19. Show others a glimpse of their own future.
  20. Show others a glimpse of their own future.
  21. Give others a reason to care deeply.
  22. Give others a reason to care deeply.
  23. Harness the magic of showing, rather than telling.
  24. Harness the magic of showing, rather than telling.
  25. Credits Slideshare by Bruce Kasanoff, a speaker, writer and consultant. Learn more at Kasanoff.com Images by Miggs Burroughs. Each pair of images can be purchased as a single lenticular image. Learn more here.

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