Death By PowerPoint: The Death March

PowerPoint death march

Ever been on a PowerPoint Death March?  The lights are dim, the presenter drones on and on.  You’ve lost all sense of time and place.  You are long past the point of caring.  You eye the door furtively but you are not sure you can make it there without waking up the boss.  You are […]

12 Pretty Good Hooks for Your Next Presentation

pretty good hooks

 “The next three minutes will determine whether you succeed or fail on your next presentation.” Every presentation has three main parts – the beginning, the middle, and the end.  And among these, the beginning is easily the most important.  You have about 30 seconds to get the audience interested in what you have to say.  […]