Thu.Jul 19, 2018

Recovering from a memory lapse during a presentation

Manner of Speaking

The people at Visme have designed a simple infographic with eight tips to recover from a memory lapse when delivering a presentation. They expand on these points in a blog post that you can read here. I like the tips, … Continue reading → Delivery memory lapse pause Presentation public speaking Visme

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23 PowerPoint Presentation Tips for Creating Engaging and Interactive Presentations


PowerPoint presentations are not usually known for being engaging or interactive. That’s often because most people treat their slides as if they are notes to read off and not a tool to help empower their message.

How to Develop the Best Big Idea for Your Presentation

Duarte Blog

When it comes to choosing the content in your next talk, it’s important to remember: less is more. While planning a presentation, it’s tempting to include everything you know. All of the facts, ideas, and fascinating anecdotes probably won’t yield an audience raptly entertained.

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Do More with PowerPoint – and Do It Quicker!

Presentation Guru

In a recent article, 5 PowerPoint Hacks That Will Make You Look Like a Pro, I rather flippantly dismissed keyboard shortcuts as a great intention but really just a bit of a pain to learn. That might have sounded like it wasn’t worth even bothering, but I have to eat my words now.…

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From Webinars to Holograms, Rocking Your Virtual Engagements with Douglas Hall

Speaker Launcher

Today’s podcast is brought to you by Accelerate Live 18 which is our live event which will be held in Toronto Sept. 7-9th. In Toronto, we are going to be doing deep dives on Sales and Storytelling – oh boy, I am excited about this one. On this episode of The Wealthy Speaker Podcast, […]. The post From Webinars to Holograms, Rocking Your Virtual Engagements with Douglas Hall appeared first on Jane Atkinson.

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Ivy League Law Degree Doesn't Prevent Alleged Tragedy

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Tabloid The New York Post publishes all sorts of sensational stories. Most are entertaining. This one is sad. The Post reports that Harvard Law School alumnus - JD Class of 2009 - Kyle Tucker - wants to defend himself in the alleged killing of his mother Donna Tucker. Both are from Hamden, Connecticut. The plea is self-defense. The public defender's office has filed a motion to be allowed to be a backup in his defense.

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