A pot pourri of posts this time ranging from inspiration...to PowerPoint...to advice from Confucius.
- Garr Reynolds offers some interesting thoughts on inspiration, something every presenter should always be on the lookout for. If you need to hear inspiration, one of my previous posts has a video compilation of inspirational speeches of the 20th century.
- The PowerPoint Ninja gives terrific advice in Ten Commandments of PowerPoint, suggesting that one of the biggest problems with bad PowerPoint presentations is lack of good time management.
- Seth Godin, uber marketing guru, reinforces one of my mantras when he describes the two key elements that are critical to being a great presenter (hint: it's not about you, it's all about them).
- Speak To Lead's advice from Confucius for presenting in troubled times is worth embracing in any circumstances.