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How to give a good presentation?

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  • The other problem is what’s called the redundancy effect. This is created when presenters read their slides. The brain gets verbal input from two different sources and can’t process it efficiently. This unintentionally creates additional cognitive work for the audience, and as a result, negatively impacts retention. So what should we do instead? Let’s take a lesson from Bill Gates. Here’s Bill in 2005.

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  • BULLET-PROOFING YOUR PRESENTATIONS
  • How Did It Start? I am reading a book Called Beyond Bullet Points What is About? It is about not having Any bullet points In your presentation Hmm Fit Hai ...
  • So it means that we Would have to put Paragraphs now ... Kuchh to daaloge Presentation mein ...
  • Presentations Are Becoming Documents
    • Created when presenters read their slides.
    • Brain receives verbal input from two sources and struggles to process it.
    • Creates additional work for the audience.
    • Created when presenters read their slides.
    • Brain receives verbal input from two sources and struggles to process it.
    • Creates additional work for the audience.
    • Created when presenters read their slides.
    • Brain receives verbal input from two sources and struggles to process it.
    • Creates additional work for the audience.
    • Created when presenters read their slides.
    • Brain receives verbal input from two sources and struggles to process it.
    • Creates additional work for the audience.
  • We the Audience is Getting Bored
  • The Big Picture is Getting Lost in the Details
  • Getting the Big Picture is Still an Option
  • Go Bullet less
  • ACT 2
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  • What Does Beyond Bullet Points Recommend?
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  • On Average Enterprise is Spending $852,187 Per Year for Deployments
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  • MindMap
  • No Bullets, Just Visuals
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