CRACKING THE 2.4.8 RULE

CRACKING THE 2.4.8 RULE

Experts emphasize – and practitioners know – the 2.4.8 rule: 2 minutes per slide / 4 bullet points per slide / 8 words per bullet point. But how often do we actually follow it? And how easy is it? The “2 minutes per slide” rule is something we can’t really...
CUTTING CLUTTER

CUTTING CLUTTER

Everyone knows what de-cluttering is: bestsellers have been written on it, pros tell you how to de-clutter your home, your brain, your life. Our question for today is a lot simpler – how does one de-clutter a PowerPoint Presentation? In our post on what can (and does)...
WHY UNCERTAINTY IS UNCOOL – AND HOW YOU CAN OVERCOME IT

WHY UNCERTAINTY IS UNCOOL – AND HOW YOU CAN OVERCOME IT

Behind every successful presentation is a successful presenter. In our last post, we spoke of uncertainty being one of the factors that could damage a presentation that on paper – and on screen – looks impressive. In terms of impact and takeaway, what can turn a good...
KILLER PRESENTATIONS vs PRESENTATION-KILLERS

KILLER PRESENTATIONS vs PRESENTATION-KILLERS

There are killer presentations. And there are presentation-killers. To make the first a reality, you need to know the second. Sometimes in the heat of getting things done, the most-made-mistakes may escape your attention. Which is why we’re listing our top 5 no-nos....