In American culture, it’s generally regarded that bigger is better. But at 5-foot-4, Kevin Lerner believes that America is adopting a culture of shortness and brevity…but is this shift a good thing? In this article, Kevin Lerner explores the increasing trend toward succinct and brief writing, with a two-sided argument exploring whether the brevity is beneficial or whether it's dulling our dendrites.
Presentation Tips, PowerPoint Help, Strategies & Ideas
Ideas and inspiration for presenters and speakers to create better presentations.
Have you ever looked at a presentation and just felt…overwhelmed? So much stuff all crammed into a tiny little screen! Don’t get scared! Get constructive…with slide builds. Find out how here.
Have you ever spoken to a group of people, only to get a blank stare? Whether presenting one-on-one or to a group, many speakers drone on and on, unaware that people are tuning them out. Discover how to keep your audience’s attention in today’s fast paced world!
From his products to his presentations, Steve Jobs worked hard to make everything easy. He presented to the common person like a common person and became a model to millions on how to design and deliver a great presentation. Discover one person's perspective on how Steve Jobs impacted his life...and how his legacy in communications will live on.
Your presentation content is solid and now you’re ready for the graphic sizzle. Adding pictures in PowerPoint is relatively easy. But which pictures? And what formats? Discover how here.
Keyboards aren’t just for typing. In conjunction with control, alt and shift keys (or the option and apple keys on the Mac), you can move along at a much faster pace than just using the mouse. To improve efficiency and shave hours off your presentation development time, it’s helpful to learn the keyboard shortcuts.