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Are your presentations naughty or nice?
 

Are your presentations naughty or nice?

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You've created your slides,

You've created your slides,
And checked them all twice.
But will the points you're portraying
Seem naughty or nice?

Holiday Themed Presentation Tips from @powerfulpoint

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    Are your presentations naughty or nice? Are your presentations naughty or nice? Presentation Transcript

    • Are Your Presentations Naughty or Nice? Gavin McMahon @powerfulpoint
    • ‘Twas the night before your presentation, when all thro’ the house, your thoughts were stirring, but will the audience espouse? You’ve made your presentation list and checked it a hundred times twice. But are the points you’re presenting going to be perceived as Naughty or Nice?
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    • Santa Wouldn’t Like this Clause... “HVAC INTEGRATED INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTIONS LIMIT INTERMEDIATION AND AHT AT LOCAL POPS” FORGET THE GIFT OF CORPORATE LINGO. USE REAL WORDS IN YOUR PRESENTATION.
    • Deck the Halls with Pictures YOU ARE MORE LIKELY TO REMEMBER IF YOU SEE A PICTURE OF IT. THAT’S THE PICTURE SUPERIORITY EFFECT.
    • Sleigh Them With Headlines PLOW THROUGH THE SLUSH WITH STRONG HEADLINES THAT STICK. NO LABELS.
    • Give Frosty Some Teeth DON’T SNOW YOUR AUDIENCE. EVERY SLIDE DESERVES A SHARP, CLEAR, POINT. SAY NO TO FLUFF.
    • All is Clear, All is Bright IN YOUR PRESENTATION WHEN YOU BUILD FROM A SOLID STRUCTURE. THAT COMES IN 3 PARTS – HOOK, MEAT, PAYOFF.
    • Don’t Blitzen with Bullets OVERLOADED BULLET POINTS ARE FOR ‘PHONE-IT-IN’ PRESENTERS. DELIVER A BULLET-PROOF PRESENTATION.
    • Even Santa Needs a Little Present Elf YOU MAY NOT BE STEVE JOBS, BUT YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE. YOU CAN STILL BE A GREAT PRESENTER. YOU AND POWERPOINT CAN WORK TOGETHER. FIND OUT WHAT TYPE OF PRESENTER YOU ARE.
    • Wishing you many Merry Messages and a Happy New Year of Presentations.
    • IF YOU LIKE WHAT YOU SEE, AND WANT TO KNOW HOW WE COULD HELP WITH YOUR NEXT KEYNOTE, PITCH OR PRESENTATION CONTACT: MARIA@FASSFORWARD.COM