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Pro Tip: How to Make a Drop-and-Drag Presentation
Photo by Sandy Hays Trout can be very inconsiderate, choosing to hold in very inconvenient spots—under overhanging limbs, in tight slots, or amidst myriad currents of different speeds—that make a traditional. . .Read More »
4 Powerful Presentation Tips You Can Use Right Away
Inject these tips into your next presentation to ensure your message is received and the audience is won over.
Chris Anderson shares his tips for giving a killer presentation
Watching curator Chris Anderson in speaker rehearsals before a TED conference feels like witnessing the zen of a longtime coach who knows his sport both inside out and backwards. Whenever a trial r…
5 Impressive Presentation Tips from Lyft's 24-Minute IPO Pitch
Lyft's IPO pitch deck holds valuable communication strategies for all entrepreneurs or leaders.
Why Anticipating Your Big Presentation Could Actually Be Harmful for Your Memory
It's more evidence that the brain, while powerful, struggles to multitask.
These 3 Stress-Reducing Techniques Will Help Make Your Next Presentation Unforgettable
Tap your inner coach, name your challenges, and simulate success.
How To Do Everything Wrong In A Presentation
Watch this video... Brutal (and funny)... I know. I was unaware of the book, Habitudes For Communicators, so Dr. Tim Elmore gets high marks for not only cutting through the clutter, but for creating something so funny (because it's true)....
Setting the Stage: 8 Tips for Creating an Effective Presentation Space
Lighting, lectern selection, and accessibility are all key components in producing a successful stage setup for speakers. Setting up a stage for speakers and presenters may seem like an uncomplicated matter compared to creating an elaborate performance platform.
4 Embarrassing Ways Your Body Can Ruin Your Presentation (and What to Do About the Sweat Marks)
Sometimes, despite your best preparation efforts it's your body that fails you in front of a room. Here's how to outsmart biology.
Guy Kawasaki Explains Why Steve Jobs Used 190-Point Text on Presentation Slides
Make your presentations stand out with fewer words and bigger text.
How to Improve Your Next Presentation, According to a Former Ideo Exec: Go to a Bar
It"s not about the drinks. It's about the storytelling that goes on at your favorite watering hole.
Why You Should Practice Your Presentation 10 Times Before Taking Stage
Take your presentations to the next level with the magic number 10.
This Fantastic Presentation Has Everything You Need To Know About The Housing Market And Why It...
10 Magic Questions That Will Tell You Everything About Your Presentation's Target Audience
Knowledge of your audience is the first step in creating an effective, powerful presentation. If you can answer these 10 questions about your audience, you're on the right path.
How Geomarketing Changes Everything
The DaVinci Method: How To Be Good At Everything
A few years ago I began to realize the importance of communication and proper research in business. During this time I studied many techniques and books. However, more than any other Leonardo DaVinci, gave me an important revelation that I still use to this day. I believe this technique is one of the secret’s to being an innovator. The …
18 Tips for Killer Presentations
Jerry Seinfeld has a skit where he points out that studies show public speaking is a bigger fear than death. That means, he claims, that if you are going to a funeral you are better off in the casket than doing the eulogy. While there isn’t a lot you can do to melt away your anxiety, a the best start is simply to
5 Ways Vegas Changes Everything
From top-notch entertainment, hip bars, delicious food, energetic pool parties and everything in between, Vegas simply does everything better. Here are five ways to escape the mundane to a place where
Why the Best Leaders Don't Fix Everything Themselves
Charlie Norris, the co-author of Slam Dunk Success , explains the importance of showing your employees how to correct their mistakes instead of doing it for them.