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Presentations

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PRESENTATIONS

 

In public speaking, start by telling them what you're going to tell them. Then tell them. Finally, tell them what you've already told them. - Lee Iacocca

 

The 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint: a PowerPoint presentation should have ten slides, last no more than twenty minutes, and contain no font smaller than thirty points. - Guy Kawasaki

 

If your presentation slides are meaningful without hearing your presentation, your presentation is not necessary and will suck. Once your audience starts reading, they stop listening to you. The focus should be on your talk, the slides are just to support the message with visual aids. The fewer words on your slides, the better.  - conventional wisdom collected by Elmar Schraml

 

The PowerPoint(tm) file you use to accompany your talk is NOT "your presentation." It is a visual aid, no more, no less.  Do not use it as an outline, your notes or your script, and do not read from it. - Laura Athavale Fitton

 

To achieve anything with your presentation, focus on results and audience above all else. Worry about what to say LAST. - Laura Athavale Fitton

 

Good presentations shape meetings, they don't use up every minute - Laura Athavale Fitton.

 

When speaking at a conference, always restate the question before you give your answer. Chances are, many people didn't hear the question.

 

Include your contact information on the last slide if presenting at a conference.

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