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  • 1. Flickr | by andrewrennie ’DON TS yourpresentationcan DO without
  • 2. Don’t ImposeTo sell harder, you speak softer.Use plenty of suggestive words. Flickr | by maxw
  • 3. Don’t MimicKeep up with the times. But imitateevery fad, and your audience willrealize that there’s no insight fromyour end. No real contribution. Flickr | by evilpeacock
  • 4. Don’t Grovel Never plead. Instead, reason with your audience. Demand their attention, subtly.Flickr | by Royal Olive
  • 5. Flickr | by Beni Ishaque Luthor Don’t Waver Take a side and stand by it. Use reassuringadjectives. Sound neutral and you could come off as unconfident. Or worse, boring!
  • 6. Don’t Lie You’d be surprised, how much statistics are “calculated.” Your projections today, could influence a major decision tomorrow. Keep it real.Flickr | by fi_chince
  • 7. Don’t GripeEven if you have to make analarming point, don’t complain.Reason. Avoid using negativeadjectives. “You’re not goodenough” is better than“You suck!” Flickr | by sergis blog
  • 8. Don’t Pun Unless you know your audience well enough to throw in a few, don’t. Puns are brain farts. Steer clear of them. They add no value.Flickr | by ohdarling
  • 9. Don’t Quote In pithy words or digits. The former is a sad excuse for filling empty spaces. The latter just shows you’re greedy. Use the slides to showwhat you have to offer. Quote and sell, later. Flickr | by nickb_rock
  • 10. Don’t Prolong It’s a slideshow, not a lecture. Be crisp and brief. Use shorter sentences.Flickr | by slworking2
  • 11. Flickr | by YanivGDon’t ScreamMetaphorically, of course. No flashy colors orunusually large text. AVOID USING UPPERCASE ALL THE TIME. They will still get it!
  • 12. Now that you know how,and where it can goWRONGIts time you met the PROs,who put the SHOW inSlideshow Flickr | by vincentsl
  • 13. Now that you know how,and where it can goWRONGIts time you met the PROs,who put the SHOW inSlideshow Flickr | by vincentsl
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