Here at Big Fish we pride ourselves on our presentation prowess. However, we don’t really like to boast about it that much. If you haven’t noticed, a lot of our blogs are mostly tips: top 10s, 7s, anything really.
Well, our goal from day one has been to rid the world of bad presentations. And, honestly, you don’t accomplish this by hogging knowledge. Three years later, and we still want to help everyone accomplish this by teaching them to do what we do every day: Turn presentations into experiences.
That being said, there are a few times we do like to puff out our chest and brag about ourselves. This is one of them, so excuse us while we saddle our high horse.
Recently, Prezi posted a blog listing the top 100 resources every presenter should use to improve their skills. They scoured the web, judging sources based on popularity and quality of content.
Can you guess who made the cut? Well, yours truly of course. Here’s proof:
Pretty nifty, huh? We think so.
So, we wanted to tell you about our accomplishment, while also reminding you that you’re reading a blog that’s pretty helpful according to Prezi… And they seem to know their stuff. But without people like you, we would’ve never received this award.
We don’t post our tips just for fun; we do them to help presenters. And without people like you, we’d have no one to give our tips to. So essentially, you got this award too. Congrats! Word on the street is it’s pretty prestigious.
Okay, all right, we’ll step down from our high horse now. We don’t have time to let this go to our head, because we’ve still got to get back to helping presenters like you.
Feel free to let us know what you think about our award in the comments. And, as always, thanks for reading.