Presentations – don’t start with why! Simon sinek was sort of wrong!

This post comes in two parts. Part one is about not starting with any “why” at all and the second part is about not starting your presentation with your “why”. The start of your presentation isn’t the right time to … Continue readingPresentations – don’t start with why! Simon sinek was sort of wrong!

How much can tell your audience in a presentation?

Your brain is a wonderful thing. Some brains are more wonderful than others, of course (such as my wife’s) And people have been researching how they work for a long time. Even before neuro-science became popular (or even possible!), people … Continue readingHow much can tell your audience in a presentation?

Presentation blogs for other folks!

I’ve been writing and providing presentation wisdom(?) for a few other people recently! Here are two for the marking guys Andrew&Pete. Firstly, here’s a tongue-in-cheek look at using powerpoint templates.  (Caution – large does of sarcasm are involved) https://www.andrewandpete.com/powerpoint-templates/ And … Continue readingPresentation blogs for other folks!

Presentation environments – and the presentation creation process

There’s quite a lot of evidence that we’re very susceptible animals – easily programmed. (My experience is that we’re depressingly almost as easy to train as dogs – and if you do it right that’s pretty easy!) If you’re not … Continue readingPresentation environments – and the presentation creation process