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Guy Kawasaki's foreword for Presentation Zen

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These are the slides used for the foreword in the 2008 international best-seller called "Presentation Zen." Guy thought it would be fun to do it in slide form rather than the traditional book …

These are the slides used for the foreword in the 2008 international best-seller called "Presentation Zen." Guy thought it would be fun to do it in slide form rather than the traditional book foreword. A lot of people have asked for the slides. Here they are. Sorry, only PDF is available. 15 individual slides.

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  • 1. FOREWORD for Presentation Zen Guy Kawasaki Managing Director, Garage Technology Ventures Co-founder of Truemors
  • 2. 95 % of presentations SUCK Doesn’t suck Sucks
  • 3. ex ample BILL GATES vis-à-vis STEVE JOBS
  • 4. OK, maybe I’m exaggerating...
  • 5. It’s actually 99 % Doesn’t suck Sucks
  • 6. WHY?
  • 7. What we see: Long Boring Bad slides Content-free
  • 8. What we want to see: Short Simple Legible Engaging
  • 9. BUT...
  • 10. Houston, we have a problem!
  • 11. THIS BOOK IS YOUR SOLUTION
  • 12. So open your wallet. And buy it. Then open your mind. And read it. Then open your heart. And do it.
  • 13. THANK YOU! Guy Kawasaki