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  • Are you a PowerPoint Sinner



    Launched in early 1990’s PowerPoint is a slide-based presentation program of Microsoft that was developed to help professionals as well as academicians to deliver projects and idea in a very attractive and beautiful way. But with time the benefits of PowerPoint became a debate. The long and tedious presentations of the presenters with overburdened features have made PowerPoint the ‘Hell’.

    Polish your Presentation Skills

    Most often due to the several facilities of the PowerPoint people do not prepare their presentation and insert a lot much information in the slides, making it piled with text, graphics, sound, movies, and other objects. To be a good presenter and to save people from the PowerPoint Death it is very necessary for a person to understand the basic requirement.

    Follow the WRD rule:- Write, Rehearse and Deliver

    Write- That means creating Slides!

    ·          While scaling your work onto the slides, summarize your work first.

    ·       Categorize your project with headings and sub-headings and insert the content point wise so that it look appealing.

    ·         Insert useful images, as until and unless your presentation is attention grabbing no one will see your work or listen to your words.

    ·     Avoid too much information, colors, graphics and motion on the screen as it just irritates the audience.

    Rehearse- Displaying the PowerPoint slide without the contribution of verbal efforts show your lack of interest and passion for the topic. So instead of covering your lack of preparation with PPT do rehearse well and practice what you want people to understand.

    Deliver- Take care of your ‘3 C’- confidence, clarity and conviction when it comes to the deliver your work. Your ability to communicate will undoubtedly increase the impact of your presentation and will help you stand as a pro.


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