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Starting a Presentation with a Fact, Observation, Pain Point

Starting a presentation with a fact, observation, or pain point is usually how I start the presentation in my training session. I thought I will record this story into a YouTube video instead of putting it on writing. So, instead of reading it, how about watching it? ...

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How to Speak by Patrick Winston

In this story I want to reference an interesting YouTube video that I watched recently. This is an hour long video about effective presentation, storytelling, and content structure—How to Speak by Patrick Winston. I will list down the time code so that you can skip to the p ...

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How to design slides for an online audience?

The way we present might never be the same again. Gone are the days that we are required to be gathered physically at a meeting venue to deliver our presentation. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has been in various modes of locked down. With social distancing imposed everywhere, ...

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Slides designed for survey findings' presentation

A few weeks ago I created a series of slides designed to present findings of a survey. Imagine a scenario where you were given a document containing data from the survey conducted. As usual, there were lots of data collected. The challenge is to decide what to omit and what to include in the short p ...

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Have you created charts for your presentation slides that you thought was a little too busy?

I chance upon this slide recently as I was updating some course content for an upcoming class. My objective back then (about 5 years ago) was to show how key information can be displayed clearly on a simple column chart, hence this slide was created. I guess the idea still applies today—to present ...

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Five mistakes to avoid when creating column charts for your presentation slides

Column charts are quite a common sight on presentation slides. They are easy to create and are usually created automatically with a function available in your presentation software—PowerPoint, Keynote, or similar. The problem with most column charts that we see is that they are difficult to unders ...

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