The “Death By PowerPoint” - Deepstash

The “Death By PowerPoint”

Using slides as visual aids can support our theories, but beware the all-too-familiar “death by PowerPoint”. Try making only one clear point per slide, avoid visual clichés, and keep graphs or charts streamlined and simple. Clarity and legibility are all. With ideas that are complex or unfamiliar, analogies, metaphors and practical examples can aid understanding.

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“An idea is something that won’t work unless you do.” - Thomas A. Edison

On presenting, appealing, persuading, influencing and communicating, and on seeing presentations as an ebb and flow caused by our own gravity, a tide under our control and to our service, not the other way around.

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