Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Presentation Prejudices

Prejudices for a powerful presentation:

  1. Authentic is better than smooth.
  2. Movement is better than standing still.
  3. No humor is better than weak humor.
  4. Variety is better than monotone.
  5. Fast is better than slow.
  6. Interruptions are better than delayed questions.
  7. Case discussion is better than straight lecture.
  8. Many short breaks are better than a few longer ones.
  9. No visual aids are better than poor visual aids.
  10. Bright light is better than dimmed lighting.
  11. Old fashioned transparencies are better than glitzy PowerPoint.
  12. Leaving them a little hungry for information is better than leaving them stuffed.

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