RULES, NO-RULES

RULES, NO-RULES

“Rules are not necessarily sacred, principles are.” Franklin D. Roosevelt This quote strikes us this morning as we try and understand how one can find a balance between being stuck and breaking free. And no, we’re not thinking of that great project...
UN-BULLET, ON-POINT

UN-BULLET, ON-POINT

Sometimes, organizing material is simply re-organizing material! This illumination from an earlier post on sequencing presentations comes back to us on this Wednesday with new light. Asking us to consider: what can we do with those lists that sometimes seem to be the...
“Is data the new oil – or the new soil?”

“Is data the new oil – or the new soil?”

To close this week’s shares of enriching TED Talks that speak directly to those who are in the daily business of creating presentations, here’s a wonderful talk by data journalist David McCandless, delivered with characteristic British humour. Not only...
“Why should you care?”

“Why should you care?”

About the ‘3 Magic Ingredients’ of successful presentations? Of course you care – that is, if you believe, as we do, that “in through one ear, out through the other” is not the desired outcome of any presentation – be it internal or...
“Follow the white spot!”

“Follow the white spot!”

And to know what we mean, listen to this relevant (and irreverent) TED Talk on how to “Avoid death by PowerPoint”! Perfect dose of neural reactivation when it comes to avoiding the same-old same-old…. Watch it for laughs, for smarts, and for how to...