Posts Tagged presentations


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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Lawrence Lessig’s Unique Presentation Style

In a slight variation on my “Tuesdays with TED” tradition, today I’ll tell you about a presenter who definitely has given a TED Talk.  But I’m not showing you that talk because I think the video below is a better example of Lawrence Lessig’s presentation style.  (It’s also much shorter!) Lessig’s style is definitely unique and original.  Some […]

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Tuesdays with TED: Helping Your Audience Choose You

Today’s TED video presents Sheena Iyengar sharing her insights on “choice overload”.  A shorter version of her TED presentation, this video runs about 16 minutes. She is funny and engaging, as well as sharing some intriguing research results.  (Pay attention also to the great visual display of data on some of the slides.) While Iyengar’s conclusions […]

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How to Help Your Audience Learn and Take Action – Part 1

Are you a trainer or a coach or an instructor or teacher? Do you provide training as part of a business strategy? Do you use educational marketing to persuade clients and prospects that they need your products or services? If so, you need to read this blog post because training – especially training adults – […]

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