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Politics have been debated since human beings formed speech. Whether at the Grecian Assembly or the Roman Forum or the salons of France and Colonial America, societies have always found value in being able to civilly discuss the political issues of the day. But no matter the place or time in history, one thing has […]

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Have you recently been asked to take part in a panel discussion? Being part of a panel is a great way to share your expertise and position yourself as a leader in your industry. But being a panelist isn’t as easy as it looks – not if you want to be great at it. Sure, […]

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You’ve spent hours preparing for your presentation, so it would be a shame if the audience didn’t hear it the way you intended because of poor microphone skills. Mics may seem easy enough to manage, but if you don’t know how to use the equipment properly, you’re apt to have issues. In this article, I […]

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For most people, public speaking is akin to visiting the dentist: it’s unavoidable, though avoidance is preferable. But, though you may feel your heartbeat quicken at the mere idea of giving a presentation, it’s important that you acquire and hone these speaking skills. Delivering presentations is no longer reserved for CEOs and high-level managers. These […]

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PowerPoint Slides are a bit like fire: they can either really help a situation (as in heating your house and cooking your food) or really hurt a situation (as in burning down an entire forest or town). In this way, determining how helpful or harmful PowerPoint will be has little to do with luck or […]

The post 7 Things to Avoid at All Costs with Your PowerPoint Presentation appeared first on SketchBubble Official Blog.

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If you have a Mac or work with the iWork productivity suite, then you must already be familiar with Keynote. The tool is developed by Apple and lets us create visually appealing presentations pretty easily. In the world of PowerPoint and Google Slides, you can simply stand out by taking the assistance of Keynote. To […]

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Google Slides is a freely available presentation tool that is already used by millions of people the world over. It provides a fast and effortless way to create compelling presentations right from our browser (or app). Without the hassle of installing third-party applications, you can easily work on Google Slides to draft your next presentation. […]

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When you are making a public presentation in which you hope to pass on knowledge to your audience, it turns out that your body’s gestures speak as loudly as your words. For a basic example of this, have you ever tried to explain to a person how to tie their shoes without using hand gestures? […]

The post The Embodied Speaker: How Your Body Speaks as Loud as Your Words appeared first on SketchBubble Official Blog.

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You may spend hours writing and practicing your presentations and creating clever visual aids to support your speaking appearances and win over your audiences. But the most powerful aide you have is something far less contrived. It is simply your body and the way it moves and the authentic messages it sends to those watching […]

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If the visual presentations that accompany more than 90 percent of the world’s speeches could be dismantled and crushed into tiny pills for insomniacs, every continent would be full of well-rested people. Sadly, we continue to blame the tools, not the carpenters. We say PowerPoint is boring, Prezi is no better and SlideRocket and Wix […]

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