I must admit that we have recorded webinars that used more than one of these presentation tricks. That can result in ‘Death by Webinar!’ Life After Death with PowerPoint By Don McMillan
Archives for September 2008
This post is in response to a few questions that came up offline related to GTD and how we implemented this approach. For the past decade I have primarily used Outlook to manage my activities. However, when I reached 1000 emails in my inbox, some of which were 12 months old, I knew I had […]
The quote ‘Make it easy for people to talk about you’ says it all. I had the opportunity last year to meet Andy Sernovitz when he spoke at the Silicon Valley AMA. (Coreography recorded this event for the SVAMA and you can view it online – jump to slide 78 in the index. Guy Kawasaki […]
If your like me, your first response to the use of storytelling in your presentations is to roll your eyes. You got facts, figures and bullet points to share. You don’t have time for stories. Well, after listening, producing and delivering hundreds of presentations, I can confidently state that the best presenters always use stories […]
eMarketer just reported that experienced Internet users give more weight to the information they find on the web than that shared by personal contacts. What are the implications?