3 books for better PowerPoint – Design your slides in the sand

It’s summer time!  Even if you don’t have the summer off like school kids, hopefully you’ll eke out some extra time for some fun in the sun with family and friends.  Each summer our family sneaks out to Dewey Beach, Delaware, to put as much sand between our toes as possible.

Along with some new tunes, swim goggles and sandals, I’ll put a few books in my beach bag.  In the spirit of the season, here’s my recommended summer reading list to improve your presentation skills.  Read just one of these books, apply their methods, and you’ll be a much better presenter by the Tuesday after Labor Day.  For a gold star, read all three and then watch each author’s TED talk.

1) Presentation Zen by Garr Reynolds

2) Resonate by Nancy Duarte

3) The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs by Carmine Gallo

Have a great and safe summer!  Enjoy every precious moment of fun that comes your way.

Charles Greene III Presentation Magician

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About Charles Greene III

Charles Greene III is a true Presentation Magician. Working with Fortune 500 companies, he’s a magical spokesperson who delivers product and marketing messages at conferences around the globe. Through his company Corporate Shuffle, Charles has presented at meetings in Bermuda, China, Egypt, France, Mexico, Monaco, Sweden, and, of course, the United States. His clients span a variety of industries and include 3M, Alcon, Coca-Cola, Clorox, Frito-Lay, Johnson & Johnson, Panasonic, and Wells Fargo. Charles’ public speaking and presentation workshops are engaging, educational, and empowering. With more than 25 years of experience as an international corporate spokesperson, Charles leads by example. He captivates attention as he delivers critical presentation skills. His workshops cover the core skills of public speaking as well as presentation techniques learned from decades of corporate presenting. Charles is a guest columnist for Presentation Magazine. He’s been featured in Discover, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and The Robb Report. When not for revealing the secrets of better public speaking, Charles spends time collecting vintage magic posters, stone lithographs of magicians from 1890 – 1930. To see some of his collection, visit www.MagicPosterGallery.com. He can also make a mean gumbo. Charles was born in Hackensack, NJ. He currently lives in the historic Columbia Heights neighborhood of Washington, DC.
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2 Responses to 3 books for better PowerPoint – Design your slides in the sand

  1. Vanezhitah says:

    Wow! Just in time for a presentation I gave today, where in my usual style of mostly slides that are heavy on graphics, light on words, and without bullet points. Seemed to go well, and a couple of people were even kind enough to comment on how good they thought the slides were So it does make a difference! I’m going to be doing it this way more often (although sometimes the bullets are useful cues (crutches?))!

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