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Making a Successful Slide Presentation
Making a Successful Slide Presentation
Making a Successful Slide Presentation
Making a Successful Slide Presentation
Making a Successful Slide Presentation
Making a Successful Slide Presentation
Making a Successful Slide Presentation
Making a Successful Slide Presentation
Making a Successful Slide Presentation
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Making a Successful Slide Presentation

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In the late 1990's, I used to tour the country making presentations to the CEOs of midsize companies. I carried my laptop and a 35 pound projector, because I couldn't count on them having a system …

In the late 1990's, I used to tour the country making presentations to the CEOs of midsize companies. I carried my laptop and a 35 pound projector, because I couldn't count on them having a system that would work for me. I learned a few things about making successful presentations along the way. Here are a few suggestions for you.

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  • 1. Let me offer a suggestion or two about making a successful presentation. Ken Sethney [marketing coach] @YourMktgCoach (c)2013 R. Kenneth Sethney
  • 2. Put your BIG ideas on the screen.
  • 3. Put your bullet points, footnotes and citations in a handout.
  • 4. Boost the impact of every point you make by keeping your slides simple.
  • 5. Any slide with more than 13 words is bad luck...
  • 6. ... for you and your audience.
  • 7. They spend their time squinting, and you lose their attention.
  • 8. Make your next presentation a winner! Keep it simple.
  • 9. Ken Sethney @YourMktgCoach Volunteer Business Mentor, Greater Seattle SCORE

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