Magnetic Messages

 4th April 2019 by gihan

We’re bombarded by more information than ever before, so we all need to be able to cut through the clutter and deliver our messages with more impact.

We’ve all sat through business presentations that were so mind-numbingly boring you lost the will to live! Hmm … You might have even (gasp!) delivered this kind of presentation yourself.

It doesn’t have to be this way! In this session, I’ll share some simple ideas to help you build better presentations that cut through the clutter, make a point with impact, and stay in your audience’s mind even after they leave the room.

You can watch the recording here:

After the webinar, I asked participants “What was the most useful thing you learned today?” Here are some of their answers:

“Ability to stream background music directly from within powerpoint”

“Practical powerpoint tips that I can apply straight away. Love that you show us all the steps and make it accessible.”

“How to use SmartArt and also introduction to skipping slides and having a ‘marker’ slide.”

“Framing & converting bullet point slides in SmartArt. I now have a hundred bullet point slides to convert!!!”

“How to convert bullet points into a great graphic”

“Keynote aids, setting up frame of mind early”

“Using Smart Art for slides”

“Gihan is a genuine creator & sharer of value :)”

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