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Book: Better Presentations Selling
  • A form of communication using visual aids and speech to communicate an idea

  • Presenting is fundamentally different from writing.

  • What you don’t want on the slides:

    • Full sentences
    • Small text
    • Reading from it
  • Pictures > Spoken word > text

  • Aim to structure and simplify your idea, not dumb it down whilst maintaining audience focus.

  • When presenting:

    • Visualize your content. Organize and plan your presentation.
    • Unify your speech, text, and design and keep them consistent.
    • Direct audience attention to what matters
  • Use the hourglass technique

  • Presenting is deeply tied with learning

  • Use colours to draw people’s attention.

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