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9 Steps to Better Presentations: Part 2 – Your Presentation is About One Thing

9_-_A_Simple_Guide_to_Better_Presentations.008NOTE: This is the second in a series of posts taken from our guide 9: A Simple Guide to Better Presentations. Can’t wait and want to get it all now? Download the eBook for FREE here.

A lot of presentations try to cover too much ground. You may think you need to tell your prospect (or team or students) everything. You don’t.

Some presentations, on the other hand, are about nothing. They don’t have a point.

Your presentation should be about one thing. People have a hard time remembering so make your presentation about one big idea.

Just give them one thing and leave them wanting more.

9 Steps to Better Presentations: Part 1 – Don’t Default to PowerPoint

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Who ever said every talk, meeting, or presentation needs PowerPoint?


Here’s a handy rule of thumb: if it (and “it” means anything in your presentation) helps you make your point, fine. If it doesn’t, consider dropping it.In fact, your presentation may be stronger without slides. (Abraham Lincoln never used PowerPoint.)

Do slides help you make your point? No?

Then do you really need them?

Announcing “9: A Simple Guide to Better Presentations”

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9 is based on one of our workshop presentations as well as the solid principles in Presentation Renovation. It’s intended to help you think differently about how you present. This isn’t just about slide design–in fact, we want you to think about whether your presentation even needs slides. If you do use slides, though, you’ll find some advice for improving the appearance of your slidedeck.

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Behind the Scenes (for the Geeks)

If you’re curious to know how we made 9, here’s what we used:

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