Monthly Archives: September 2008

How to Transcribe Your Narration for Your Notes Pages

Presentations support your narration, so they can’t always tell the story without you. Even a superb Beyond Bullet Points presentation needs you. But when you can’t be there in person, you may want or need to transcribe your narration of a presentation into… KEEP READING

Product Review: NXPowerLite

In an earlier post I covered how you can shrink your PowerPoint files using PowerPoint tools, which mentioned that specialized software can do a better job of shrinking files depending on your needs. Such software works with a server and offers… KEEP READING

Book Review – slide:ology

In her new book slide:ology: The Art and Science of Creating Great Presentations, Nancy Duarte shows how to create effective, intriguing, and visual presentations from the beginning of the process where you ask questions to know your audience better. It works… KEEP READING

How to Find Your Metaphor, with author Anne Miller

Anne Miller’s superb book Metaphorically Selling encourages the use of metaphors to get your point across. Cliff’s book Beyond Bullet Points helps presenters think beyond words in telling a story that grips their audience. Put them to together for a… KEEP READING

10 Ways to Give a Bad Presentation

Public speaking often appears on the top ten list of fears. It’s not as if speaking will put you at risk for poison like a snake or spider could. But seriously, fear is the least of your problems when you… KEEP READING

Product Review: Editable Maps from Presentation Mall

We’ve reviewed editable maps from and have another for you to look at from PresentationMall. Both companies offer high quality editable maps. The main difference is their collections. One might have one thing you need while the other has… KEEP READING