Tuesday, March 03, 2009

March 3/09 Slide Makeover Video Podcast now available

Just a quick note to let you know that a new Slide Makeover Video Podcast based on the ideas in "The Visual Slide Revolution" is available for your viewing through the iTunes Store, online or through my YouTube channel. Analogies are a good way to help the audience understand your point. But if the analogy is unclear, it hinders instead of helps. This makeover shows a more visual way to use an analogy to make the point more effectively.

This slide was submitted by a subscriber to the newsletter- someone just like you who is looking for a way to make their presentations more effective. If you want to submit some of your slides to be considered for a future slide makeover, e-mail them to me at Dave@ThinkOutsideTheSlide.com.

If you have already subscribed through iTunes or another podcatcher, the new podcast should be automatically downloaded when you next run the program.

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Blogger Frank (Francesco) S. Adamo said...

I saw a couple of your PowerPoint examples. They are excellent. You seem to train others to develop a PowerPoint slide like I teach others to develop a speech [G]. I also have a book on effective presentations, but it comes from the speaking side of presentations.

One of my suggestions is to start writing a speech with the conclusion first (the call to action), then fill in what you need to impact the conclusion.

I particularly liked the slide of the inverse sales pyramid in that you started with what speaker wanted to leave the audience.

I've seen many who teach effective PowerPoint presentations; however, your approach, IMHO, is really very special and unique. Great job.


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