Posts Tagged bullet points


Friday Fun with PowerPoint

Since I referenced Don McMillan’s videos in my slideshow that I wrote about in yesterday’s blog post, I thought I’d go ahead and share 2 versions of his video with you today.  They really are pretty funny, in a wild and crazy sort of way. The 1st version is older and shorter. See my comments […]

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When is it all right to use bullet points?

I’ve posted a new presentation on Slideshare.net which you can watch below.  The blog post explains the ideas further. What’s the problem with bullet points? It’s not the bullet points that are actually a problem.  It’s more about the way that people use bullet points in their presentation slides. The typical way of creating slides […]

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Friday Fun: 17 Ways to Eliminate Bullet Points

I’m taking a little break today from my neuromarketing theme to share a new slideshow with you that gives you 17 creative ways to design your presentation slides without any bullet points. 17 Ways to Eliminate Bullet Points from Susan Schleef The reasons for wanting to eliminate bullet points in your presentations relate back to […]

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Friday Fun: PowerPoint Comedy

On Fridays I like to post something fun on my blog, as well as on social media. Today I’ll share with you one of my favorite humorous videos on YouTube from comedian Don MacMillan, with “Life After Death by PowerPoint”. While his routine is hilariously, over-the-top funny, there is also some seriousness to what he […]

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