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Getting a "Yes" Template by SOAP

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Do you have an idea the boss has to approve? Do you have a project the CEO has to sign off on? Do you have a new product that needs a "yes"?

You do? Well, we have the perfect PowerPoint Template for you.

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  • 1. GETTING A TITTLE PRESENTER’S NAMEYES 00/00/00 (DATE)
  • 2. YOURIDEA Never use more than 6 bullet- points per slide Have one message per slide Your audience will read your slide, not you Use animations to conduct your reasoning Use visual language to help your audience understanding
  • 3. WHY TOINVEST Never use more than 6 bullet-points per slide Have one message per slide Your audience will read your slide, not you Use animations to conduct your reasoning
  • 4. HOW TO INVEST Never use more than 6 bullet-points per slide Have one message per slide Your audience will read your slide, not you Use animations to conduct your reasoning Use visual language to help your audience understanding
  • 5. ROI Never use more than 6 bullet-points per slide Have one message per slide Your audience will read your slide, not you Use animations to conduct your reasoning Use visual language to help your audience understanding
  • 6. WHERE TOINVEST Never use more than 6 bullet-points per slide Have one message per slide Your audience will read your slide, not you Use animations to conduct your reasoning Use visual language to help your audience understanding
  • 7. Insert your PRESENTATION SUB-TITTLElogo here PRESENTER’S NAME TITLE 00/00/00 (DATE)
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