Tuesday, August 13
Here are six crucial questions to ask and answer, before you present your solution to the customer.
Thursday, June 06
Presentations are more persuasive when they touch both mind and heart at multiple levels.
Monday, April 08
When displaying data in a presentation, clarity matters above all else. Your audience has to get meaning from your numbers before you click away. This means you need to pick the right chart for the job. The most common charts in business are pies, bars, matrixes, and line graphs, which will serve different purposes depending on the data:
Monday, February 18
Even if you stumble upon the greatest idea your field has ever known, it’s very possible potential investors won’t have familiarity with your market or understand why they should invest in you. It’s up to you to explain it to them.
Wednesday, February 06
Generating ideas is the easiest part of creating a presentation. The hard part is deciding what to keep. Many of your ideas may be fascinating or clever, but you can't squeeze them all in — and no one wants to hear them all, anyway.
Wednesday, January 02
Important Thing to Note No. 1: You're not as bad a speaker as you think. "When we have people give talks in shyness groups, they often do much better than they thought they did.
Tuesday, January 01
Take this quick self-assessment and improve your public speaking skills.
Monday, December 17
A few simple tips to help your presentations stand out amongst even your biggest competitors.