Please don’t kill others with your bad boring Presentation (Try this instead)
Don’t Sleep Don’t Sleep! This too shall pass … These guys are amazing but they definitely have an art of making/delivering boring presentations.
Yet another day at a Startup Round-table. How much does it suck to be in the audience for yet another drawn-out, boring, lifeless slideshow? Worse yet, how much does it such to be the one giving it?
The truth is, bad PowerPoint happens to good people, and quite often the person giving the presentation is just as much a victim as the poor assemblages listening to him or her.
Here are twenty awesome presentations that can help you to add a little zing to your next presentation. These are presentations from the experts. Do watch them all. Learn. unLearn!
One | 7 Deadly Sins of #PresentationDesign
Two | Power Corrupts But Powerpoint Corrupts Absolutely — Ways To Become A Better Presenter
Three | 6 Secrets of Master Presenters
Four | How To Create Presentation Slides That Are Out Of This World
Five | 11 Things To NEVER Say In A Presentation
Six | 7 Myths When Answering Tough Questions During Presentations
Seven | How to Be Awesome on Slideshare
Eight | Fuck Normality — Be Bold & Aggressive!
Nine | The Essentials of PowerPoint Color Theme
Ten | Fix Your Really Bad PowerPoint
Eleven | Zombie PowerPoint
Twelve | 7 Tips to Beautiful PowerPoint
Thirteen | How to Create SlideShares That Convert
Fourteen | You Suck At PowerPoint!
Fifteen | Things That Don’t Matter in Your Presentation!
Sixteen | How to Be a Presentation God
Seventeen | Deliver An Amazingly Boring Presentation
Eighteen | 7 lessons on Presentation Design from TED TALKS
Nineteen | 10-MIT Storytelling: A technique for storytelling in presentations
Twenty | Death by PowerPoint
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