"He tells a story, paints a picture, and shares a vision. "
A really good book on presentation. A must read for those who want to improve their skill. Many other books talk about presentation skill, say, how to speak, body language, posture, etc. But this book starts with the content, such as why do your audience care? in twitter-like headline, 10 min intermission, simplicity (free of jargon, few syllables, short sentences, easy words), no bullet points etc. Story can be unfolded in a rule of three (three acts). You can also prepare questions in different buckets and prepare the best answwers to each category. And yes, you have to write your script before starting your PowerPoint.
The technique described in the book is very useful. That said, if you are a nobody and try to dopt it (such as one catchphrase per slide), it is surely to backfire!...Continua
good reminder that good presentations are to the point, concise, visual, and we need to practice a lot, but really nothing new new here. the one thing i liked was to remember to create the one-sentence answer to these four questions: 1) what do you do? 2) what problem do you solve? 3) how are you different? 4) why should i care?...Continua