Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Jim & His Presentations

When we think presentations, we think PowerPoint. It's a fact that has been drilled in our heads since the beginning of time (or at least from when we first started presenting at mandir), yet PowerPoint can often make our presentations suffer if used incorrectly.

That's the lesson Jim learns along with some other tidbits:
  • Brainstorming is best done low-tech. That's right, PowerPoint is not a requirement for crafting simple statements, shakeups, and stories, but some mental energy is.
  • Each slide is best utilized to explain ONE point. After all, they're free!
  • Clip art is best used to explain the point at hand - not just to fill empty space.
Learn all this and more through Jim's story below.

1 comment:

  1. Just wanted to say thanks for posting the video. Wishing you all the best! Marc, Wienot Films