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  1. 1. THE ART OF PRESENTATION Following the ZEN path Zen Rocks by Lane Pierce
  2. 2. 3 steps why presentation TABLE OF CONTENTS THE ART OF PRESENTATION resources
  3. 3. A HANDFULL OF STATISTICS
  4. 4. A HANDFULL OF STATISTICS “Almost every PowerPoint presentation sucks rotten eggs” Seth Godin
  5. 5. A HANDFULL OF STATISTICS
  6. 6. A HANDFULL OF STATISTICS “95 % of presentations suck ” Guy Kawasaky
  7. 7. A HANDFULL OF STATISTICS “OK, maybe I’m exaggerating. Don’t suck It’s actually 99 %” Guy Kawasaky Suck
  8. 8. C U R R E N T SITUATION 30 Millions of presentations each day
  9. 9. A HANDFULL OF STATISTICS “I’ve seen presentationspuke would make a billy goat that ”
  10. 10. A HANDFULL OF STATISTICS “I’ve seen presentationspuke would make a billy goat that John Rambo ”
  11. 11. A HANDFULL OF STATISTICS
  12. 12. TELEPROMPTING 1. People tend to put every word they are going to say on their PowerPoint slides. Although this eliminates the need to memorize your talk, ultimately this makes your slides crowded, wordy, and boring. You will loss your audience’s attention before you even reach the bottom of your …
  13. 13. TELEPROMPTING 1. Continued) … first slide. Don McMillan Technically Funny 2008. Don McMillan. Life After Death By PowerPoint. All rights reserved
  14. 14. SPELLING M I S T A K E S 2. Many people do not run spel cheek before there presentation – BIG MISTAK!!! Nothing makes you lok stupder than speling erors
  15. 15. BULLET POINTING • Avoid • And • “Bullet-Point” • Excesive • Your • Comes • Buller-Pointing • Key • From • Only • Messages • People • Bullet • Will • Firing • Key • NOT • Guns • Points • Stand • At • Too • Out • Annoying • Many • In fact • Presenters • Bullet-Points • The Term
  16. 16. TOO MANY I N D E N TAT I O N S  What it is worst — Too many bullet point levels are shown – Type size gets smaller and smaller – Until it is utterly unreadable – Even for audiences in the 4th row — So you better have just one bulletpoint level – Better yet, forget about bullets (bullets, not guns, kill people. Don’t you know?) – Use them sparingly – There are many other ways of detiling your ideas!
  17. 17. COLOR SCHEMES GONEWRONG schemes Classhing color can lead to… •Distraction •Confusion •Headache •Nausea •Vomiting •Loss of bladder control
  18. 18. Warning Next slides may cause permanent damage
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  22. 22. W A N T T O CHANGE?
  23. 23. 3 steps why presentation TABLE OF CONTENTS THE ART OF PRESENTATION resources
  24. 24. CONTEXT WHY IMAGES? Presentations must be visual
  25. 25. C R A F T I N G THE MESSAGE What do we want to say?
  26. 26. C R A F T I N G THE STORY A presentation is a Story. (period)
  27. 27. C R A F T I N G THE STORY every Now, story is made of … Plot Exposition Resolution
  28. 28. C R A F T I N G THE STORY corp! Yes but, that’s for tales this is a
  29. 29. C R A F T I N G THE STORY Alright, what about this? Problem Current Situation Solution
  30. 30. AUDIENCE THAT BIG UNKNOWN Keep the audience in mind always!
  31. 31. G O I N G ANALOG Paper &a pen all you’ll ever need
  32. 32. T H R E E STEPS
  33. 33. 3 steps
  34. 34. 3 steps
  35. 35. M I N D MAP Prepare for 80% of time
  36. 36. 3 steps
  37. 37. M I N D MAP Remember
  38. 38. T H R E E STEPS
  39. 39. G O I N G ANALOG Storyboard 1
  40. 40. G O I N G ANALOG Current situation Title & author Problem Summary & call to action Solution & benefits
  41. 41. G O I N G ANALOG Let’s go!
  42. 42. G O I N G ANALOG Title Current Problem situation Solution Summary
  43. 43. T H R E E STEPS
  44. 44. G O I N G DIGITAL laptop Switch on your
  45. 45. Breathing Room G R I D WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR Working Area Power Points 6x6 G r i d Power Lines
  46. 46. TEMPLATES CHOOSE YOUR TYPE sans serif Use one font face Forget this type
  47. 47. WORKING WITH IMAGES Use full bleed, HD images
  48. 48. WORKING WITH IMAGES cliparts No
  49. 49. WORKING WITH IMAGES Way better!
  50. 50. TEMPLATES LOOKING FOR ALTERNATIVES Slides are free divide & conquer!
  51. 51. 3 steps why presentation TABLE OF CONTENTS THE ART OF PRESENTATION resources
  52. 52. RESOURCES BOOKS EL ARTE DE LA PRESENTACION Alberto de Vega & Eduardo S. de la Fuente available at Lulu.com
  53. 53. RESOURCES BOOKS 16:30
  54. 54. RESOURCES PICTURES photoXpress
  55. 55. ‘ ‘ There’s another way of understanding presentations and engaging with your audience find it at PresentacionesArtesanas.es El
  56. 56. RESOURCES • Slide 01. Zen Rocks by Lane Pierce • Slide 10. ©Lionsgate 2008 • Slide 12-17. © 2008. Don McMillan. Life After Death By PowerPoint. All rights reserved • Slide 22. © 2009 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved • Slide 24. © Chris Inside. All rights reserved • Slide 25. © PhotoXpress.com • Slide 28. Photo by Dan Becker • Slide 30. Day 140 by Milknosugar • Slide 31. © PhotoXpress.com • Slide 32, 38, 43 Steps by Susan van Gelder • Slide 37. © PhotoXpress.com • Slide 39. IMG_0787RubyGloomBoard by The Doodlers • Slide 40, 42. Based on © Adam Borkowski / PhotoXpress.com • Slide 44. Power Button by therevan77 • Slide 47. © iStockPhoto • Slide 48. Clipart included in Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 & 2010 • Slide 49. @MediaAudience by mezzoblue CC By-NC-ND license • Slide 50. ©2009 Paramount Home Entertainment. All right reserved. • Slide 52 & 55. Photo by Alberto de Vega

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