11-Step Guide To Awesome Presentation Content

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If you’re working on a presentation, check out SOAP’s 11-Step Guide to Awesome Presentation Content:

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I love the focus on audience analysis, storytelling, and support for the core message.  I would have liked to see a focus on “why” before “how.”  As Simon Sinek’s golden circle tells us, our focus should be “why” first followed by “how” and “what.”  I would have also liked to see a focus on content as opposed to a transition into design… Design took up half of the presentation, which was disappointing.  Even so, there are great lessons to be learned here, and I hope you enjoyed the Slideshare deck.

What great Slideshare presentations have you flipped through this week?

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4 thoughts on “11-Step Guide To Awesome Presentation Content

  1. Gary Bisaga

    I think this is a good example of a great SlideShare slideument as we were discussing. Certainly for somebody at my current level of experience, I think these kind of quick references are really good when putting together the presentation. For the same reason, I like this book:

    http://www.amazon.com/How-Deliver-Great-TED-Talk/dp/1484021851

    It’s got (IMO) nice concise descriptions of a number of tactical and strategic ideas for putting together and delivering presentations. Have you seen this book?

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