Presentation Stress?

November 3, 2008

Do you get stressed when you need to put together a presentation?  Do you surf the net from one site to another trying to get an idea or perhaps wishing you knew what others have covered on your topic (e.g., competitive intelligence)?  Well I found two sites that you might want to check out to help you get you started with that PowerPoint.  

Both sites are good resources to research presentations and gain quick insights from subject experts and academics (please use your best judgement on this).  Personally, I’m not sure if I’ll ever post a presentation here, but it sure seems like a lot of other people like to share their powerpoints and many like to download them.  Below are couple of documents that I’m copy/pasting here as an example with a full credit to Alexei Kapterev, Richie Escovedo and Terry Morawski. 

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4 Responses to “Presentation Stress?”

  1. Jesika Kuhran Says:

    There’s a great powerpoint book called Slideology:

    http://www.amazon.com/slide-ology-Science-Creating-Presentations/dp/0596522347/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1225736880&sr=8-1

    It delves into the application of concise and influential powerpoint design. It’s also written by the individual who designed Al Gore’s “Inconvenient Truth” powerpoint. I’m not the biggest fan of any microsoft app, but this book made powerpoint something I actually didn’t mind using every once in a while. It tries to get more into the design of presentations.

  2. exit163 Says:

    Jesika,

    Thanks for the suggestion. Will look into Slideology.

    Jenn

  3. adambroitman Says:

    woah, you did not mention the blog 🙂

    You may want to turn off snap, it i kind off annoying. Also, I am hurt I did not make your blogroll!

    Joke, congrats!

  4. Jennifer Says:

    It a soft launch and I’m trying to get my hands around it. Wasn’t sure if you would want to be on my humble blog. Will link.


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