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It’s important to understand that slides are not mandatory, no matter what anyone tries to tell you. Nor are they a crutch or a cheat sheet.
In this episode, you can expect to learn the truth about the use of slides in your presentations:
- When to use — and not to use — slides as part of your presentation;
- How to create a winning look for your visual images while avoiding distracting bells and whistles;
- What to do when your audio/visual equipment dies.
The book, The Truth About Public Speaking: The Three Keys to Great Presentations (see especially Chapter Ten): https://www.barkscomm.com/TruthBook.
Advice and stories about public speaking on the C-suite Blueprint blog: https://csuiteblueprint.wordpress.com.
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