We all have memorable Christmas presents, or presents in general. It’s those little gems that we never forget… Or wish we could forget. Whether you remember a gift because it was good, weird, or horribly off the mark and totally useless – the important part is that you remember it.
Don’t lie to yourself; we all have one.
So this Christmas we decided to go around and see what everyone’s most memorable presents was. … Continue Reading →
After some requests, here’s our next batch of presentation memes and ways to avoid these situations…enjoy!
Humor by far is one of the most effective things to do during a presentation. However, it’s one of the toughest to achieve. Based on your setting, mood, personal relationships with audience attendees, humor can either be a hit or miss. Don’t try to be funny, just be yourself.… Continue Reading →
It’s important to look at your audience, making personal connections through direct communication. Your audience can get frustrated and stop paying attention. Y u no look at them?
Don’t be like Scumbag Steve. Keep your slides minimal and your commentary separate from the text. People can read.
Use humor carefully. A joke can make or break a presentation. Success kid did it, but that doesn’t mean everyone can.… Continue Reading →