How to Present Better [Part 3]

In the last couple of days, we’ve posted a few times on how to improve your presentation skills (Part 1 and Part 2). After a quick chat tonight on Twitter with social media expert / guru David Armano, I’m going to add to the series with a presentation that he recommended (and wrote) called Thinking … Continue reading

How To: Create Better Presentations (Part 2)

Found a great post on the Fallon blog tonight called “How to present like Steve Jobs.” They provided a link to the video below and the tutorial is great – from slide creation to speaking style, it’s worthwhile for anyone to watch who is doing presentations constantly. The best point? Reherse, reherse, reherse. Don’t wing … Continue reading

How to Present Better [Wired]

I’ve been reading a few books lately on how to create and develop better presentations. One of the best (from a practical, slide-layout perspective) is Presentation Zen. It’s a guide that helps you think differently about the power of the slide and the type of story that you are trying to tell. The main message … Continue reading

The Best TED Video I’ve Ever Seen

We’ve done a lot of posts about the quality presentations at the TED conference. From new systems from the leading technology companies (Photosynth) to staggering web stats that would blow your mind to new systems that could help eliminate poverty, global warming and illiteracy in the world. There are a lot of great videos – … Continue reading