Join me for a no-cost web seminar May 10

If you missed my introductory web seminar last year titledMic "Transform your PowerPoint Beyond Bullet Points," I’ll be presenting the session again at 9am PT on May 10 in association with Microsoft Office Work Essentials and the International Association of Administrative Professionals. The seminar covers the basics of the BBP approach and there’s no cost to attend, but you have to register first by clicking on the Register link in the left-hand column of this page >

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7 Responses to “Join me for a no-cost web seminar May 10”

  1. Free Seminar from Beyond Bullets

    Cliff over at Beyond Bullets is offering a free web seminar on May 10, titled Transform Your PowerPoint Beyond Bullet Points.  Im a big fan of Cliffs approach to presentation slides and Ill be sure to sit in.

  2. Beyond PowerPoint Web Seminar

    Sometimes luck has a way of reaching out and giving you a hand up. This is one of those times. Cliff Atkinson, the author of Beyond PowerPoint is giving a web seminar on May 10th (12:00 EST). “Transform your PowerPoint

  3. Way beyond PowerPoint

    Took in Cliff Atkinsons Beyond Bullet Points webinar today. Interestingly enough, he had six violations of yesterdays blog entry in the first 20 minutes That said, I like his approach to cleaning up PowerPoint and his metho…

  4. Peter says:

    Hi Cliff,
    I attended the Microsoft Webcast event and was thoroughly impressed. This is the second time that I have seen an engaging, interesting presentation served with the help of powerpoint. The focus is absolutely on the speaker now and no longer on the list of bullets displayed on the screen. As an ocassional creator-n-presenter, the paradigm shift appears daunting.

    However, I look forward to practicing the process that you proposed and demonstrated magnificently yesterday. Guy Kawasaki successfully presents this way, and I’m sure there are others. It would be ideal if you could recommend other presenters & presentations to view that could further reinforce this way of *high voltage* communication.

    Thank you,
    peter

  5. Cliff says:

    Thanks Peter! I’m glad you enjoyed it. For other resources, I can recommend http://www.presentationzen.com, which is doing a great job of collecting presentation-related resources.

  6. Peter says:

    Thank you, Cliff, for the reference to http://www.presentationzen.com. I also find your discussion board – http://www.websitetoolbox.com/tool/mb/sociablemedia – to be a valuable resource. I see my question has been asked before with responses and that there are BPP examples available by your readers in other threads.
    All the best! peter

  7. John Ward says:

    Hi Cliff,
    I have downloaded the .wmv file but alas I cannot find a codec for the Mac that can play this file.
    Please can you make it available for download using a codec that Mac users can view?
    Thanks
    John

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