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The Darkest of Presentations

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The day I learned not to rely too heavily on slides. Always be prepared to continue the show without visual aids.

The day I learned not to rely too heavily on slides. Always be prepared to continue the show without visual aids.

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The Darkest of Presentations The Darkest of Presentations Presentation Transcript

  • The Presentation Mother Nature Didn’t Want You To See
  • C RA C K !
  • What just happened? Is everyone okay?
  • What just happened? Is everyone okay? Where’s the door? I can’t see a thing.
  • What just happened? Is everyone okay? Where’s the door? I can’t see a thing. Something just touched my arm!
  • The night before . . .
  • “I nee d you t widget o pres to the ent ou team in r new the mo rning.” - The B oss
  • It’s going to be a long night. I had better get started on making a presentation.
  • That’s enough planning on sticky notes. Time to build my slides.
  • Done! I had better get some sleep. Hmm, sounds like it’s raining.
  • The morning of the presentation . . .
  • 8:30 a.m. Yikes! Perhaps I shouldn’t have walked to work today. This is one crazy storm!
  • 8:55 a.m. Introducing Widget 2.0 ACME Co. 2010 The stage is set.
  • 9:00 a.m. The seats are filled. It’s go time!
  • C RA C K !
  • What just happened? Is everyone okay? Where’s the door? I can’t see a thing. Something just touched my arm!
  • I think the storm caused a power outage. Any chance we can reschedule so I can use my slides?
  • I think the storm caused a power outage. Any chance we can reschedule so I can use my slides? The show must go on!
  • Nooooooooooooooooo!
  • The show did go on...
  • The show did go on... ...without the slides.
  • Mother Nature knows best: Never rely too heavily on slides.
  • The End
  • The End Roger! Stop touching my arm!