Presentation Lessons from MEGAMIND!

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Learn the presentation essentials from the Megamind to rock your presentations just as he does!

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  • Source: http://www.ritalink.org/2008/09/data-visualization-of-the-week-2-pizza-charts/
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  • Presentation Lessons from MEGAMIND!

    1. Be the PRESENTATION @bombayblogger Presentation lessons from the MEGAMIND
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    3. read on..
    4. TIGHTEN – The Villain This town isn’t big enough for two super-villains.
    5. Oh, you are a villain, alright; just not a ‘ super ’ one.
    6. Oh yeah?!! What’s the difference?
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    10. John McTiernan (Director, Predator and Die-Hard), quotes
    11. John McTiernan (Director, Predator and Die-Hard), quotes The entertainment is in the presentation
    12. Success of a presentation is when WOW!!
    13. Failure is.. when they feel relieved . PHEW!
    14. 2. Turn the Boring
    15. 2. Turn the Boring into Exciting
    16. A beauty without expression is boring.
    17. A beauty without expression is boring. Express yourself & Communicate effectively
    18. 3. Be Unpredictable
    19. Always give surprises. Be off-beat. Shocking facts do wake people up. Shock ‘em!
    20. But yes, it pays to be predictable at times
    21. Just like But yes, it pays to be predictable at times
    22. 4. Represent data visually
    23. like this
    24. or this
    25. point is
    26. point is to make the data interesting
    27. Good presentations often don’t have any language , other than that of visuals . I make bad look – So Good!
    28. 5. Keep it simple
    29. Leonardo Da Vinci (1452 - 1519) Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
    30. Confusion leads to
    31. Confusion leads to inability to understand
    32. Confusion leads to inability to understand leads to
    33. Confusion leads to inability to understand leads to dis-interest
    34. Confusion leads to inability to understand leads to dis-interest Keep it short and simple
    35. 6. Enjoy!
    36. Chill-out and enjoy the making of a presentation
    37. Chill-out and enjoy the making of a presentation Prepare every slide with equal interest and enthusiasm
    38. Chill-out and enjoy the making of a presentation Prepare every slide with equal interest and enthusiasm Believe in detailing
    39. Chill-out and enjoy the making of a presentation Prepare every slide with equal interest and enthusiasm Believe in detailing And most importantly, don’t present unless you’d love to
    40. RECAP
    41. RECAP <ul><li>Use humour </li></ul><ul><li>Turn the boring into exciting </li></ul><ul><li>Be unpredictable </li></ul><ul><li>Represent data visually </li></ul><ul><li>Keep it simple </li></ul><ul><li>..and Enjoy! </li></ul>
    42.  
    43. NOW!
    44. Let the showdown begin! NOW!
    45. Credits Megamind Photos: http://www.dreamworksanimation.com/ Visual Representation: http://www.ritalink.org/2008/09/data-visualization-of-the-week-2-pizza-charts/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/25541021@N00/3706760751/sizes/o/in/set-72157620803945238/ All the images used in the presentation belong to their respective owners.
    46. saad ahmed shaikh

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