Seeking Volunteers for a PowerPoint Makeover

Are you ready to transform one of your presentations Beyond Bullet Points? If you have an existing PowerPoint file and you want to liberate the great story buried deep beneath all those lines of text, drop me a note and tell me about it.

I’ll review the applications and select a few presentations that represent a range of professions and purposes.Transform If your presentation is selected, all you need is a copy of my book to guide you through the details of the process, along with your critical thinking and creative skills. The other resources we’ll use are free, and we’ll find graphics from free or low-cost sources, or we’ll make them ourselves.

The one condition is that you are fine with making all of your presentation materials freely available for other people to see through the course of the public makeover – we’ll even ask blog readers for their comments and suggestions. 

Are you ready to take the challenge to move your own PowerPoint beyond bullets?  Let me know!

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7 Responses to “Seeking Volunteers for a PowerPoint Makeover”

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  4. Cliff says:

    Great responses so far – thanks! So far the presentation topics include:

    1. Software security
    2. Political action
    3. Legal brief
    4. Financial aid
    5. Intellectual property

    I’ll be posting updates as we go forward – stay tuned!

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    A few days ago, Cliff Atkinson, author of Beyond Bullet Points and the Beyond Bullets blog, posted a request for PowerPoint makeover volunteers. I stepped up with the lame presentation that our office has used and recycled for years. Cliff

  7. My PowerPoint makeover

    A few days ago, Cliff Atkinson, author of Beyond Bullet Points and the Beyond Bullets blog, posted a request for PowerPoint makeover volunteers. I stepped up with the lame presentation that our office has used and recycled for years. Cliff

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