Tuesday, July 28, 2015

A Pause in Thought

The world is full of opportunity waiting to be seized by those who give themselves permission to stop, settle, and see it.
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Wednesday, July 08, 2015

The PowerPoint Conclusion

A challenge is now issued to you whenever creating a PowerPoint/presentation:

Don’t include a “Questions?” slide.

Rather than ending your presentation on a note that reinforces how you may not have delivered a clear and compelling set of slides, consider ending your presentation with a visual that reinforces the key message you want the audience to remember (or a picture that encapsulates the intended impression) and verbally opening the floor to questions by stating that you would be happy to address questions or discuss further any points raised during the presentation.

Also, if they ask you a ‘stumper’ remember that you can always state that you don’t have the answer to that specific question and they are welcome to connect with you after the presentation to determine how best to explore an answer.
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