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Top Ten Presentation Tips For My Son.

An oldie but goodie from the past — one of my most requested articles. Enjoy!

My 13 year-old son is presenting today at school – his 8th year graduation presentation. He’s been working on it for months – a 32 page research paper AND a 30 minute presentation to the school and parents (that’s more than […]

10 Tips To Be A Presentation GOD.

I do workshops, seminars and keynotes all the time and have been for over 25 years. There are good presenters and there are bad presenters — it really comes down to a few key tips to guide any great speaker:

10 Tips For More Successful Presentations.

Yesterday, I presented in front of a Fortune 50 organization and spoke on the subject of ‘Closing The Sale’. It’s a near and dear topic with me and I feel EVERYONE needs to always brush up on their closing techniques. I was so happy to receive hearty applause from the group when I finished — many […]

Your Presentations Stink! Part Two: Bar Charts.

How to make your presentations easy to build and easy to understand while you wow your audience.

Your Presentations Stink! Part One: Pie Charts.

How to make your presentations easy to build and easy to understand while you wow your audience.

How To Be A Great Audience.

I've been taking notes and have found I exhibit a number of basic behaviors that make me a 'great' audience member.

Top Posts for April 2012.

My most-read posts for April - come see!

The Secret For Presentation Success Every Time.

When was the last time you went to a good presentation?

3 Steps To A Perfect Presentation.

I'm asked frequently by clients and colleagues alike how I construct my presentations (see a typical slide to the right). Here's my secret: Step One: Who Is Your Audience & What Do You Want Them To Take Away This is the most important step that most executives and speakers forget. The usual process is to pick a topic and brain-dump into Powerpoint until you hit the requisite 75 slides. You’re done!