True story – what if the stage crew doesn’t move the band equipment before your presentation time? The screen is not visible and you have to draw pictures of your presentation … with words.
That’s tough to do. Not impossible. But tough. Easier if you are a true expert.
Most always your slides are working just fine, thank you.
What will your audience see? Not, what will they read? What will they see?
Your slides should be complementing whatever it is you are talking about.
Your words should be complementing your slides. You want to give the context of your photos so that the photos can speak for themselves.
See the picture of the husky? Did you know the husky and the dog come from the same family tree? And, and, and …
Don’t tell your audience what they can see. Tell them what they can’t see.
Don’t read to the audience your slides. Tell them what the slides don’t or why the slides are there.
Your audience will remember much more of what they see than what they hear. They will remember much more of what they saw if you can tell them why they are being shown it in the first place.
Show, don’t tell.
To get on board, reach out and we won’t just tell you what to do, we will work with you step-by-step all the way.