Go: Change People’s Beliefs & Actions ;)

  “Once you can express yourself, you can tell the world what you want from it … All the changes in the world, for good or evil, were…

Go: Introduce Your Firm & Yourself ;)

  “The only way out is through.” J. K. Rowling If you want to present yourself or your firm, or to motivate your team, this J. K. Rowling…

Go: Get Capital For Your StartUp & Your Ideas ;)

  “The best reason to start an organization is to make meaning: to create a product or service to make the world a better place.” Guy Kawasaki”  …

Go: Report Your Data & Your Results ;)

  “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” Albert Einstein   If you want to Report Data, this Albert Einstein inspired Presentation Structure (10 slides) will bring your findings…

Go: Sell Your Idea, Product & Service ;)

  “The biggest element a story has, then, is conflict. Conflict is dramatic. At its core, every story is about a conflict between our expectations and cold reality.”…

Go: Explain & Show How To Become Better ;)

  “Do not tell them how to do it. Show them how to do it and do not say a word. If you tell them, they will watch…

The black and white photograph shows a rollercoaster beginning on the upper left, the tracks following an "eight" in the middle and leaving the picture on the upper right. Above a beautiful clear sky with very small, wind driven clouds.

Stop: Read My Long Intro To The Art Of Presenting ;)

Photo by great photographer Mark Asthoff, www.unsplash.com or visit his website www.qa9.de.   Long Introduction To The Art Of Presenting “What is better than a short and brilliant…

A big and beautiful round clock, photographed in black and white, it shows 12:34, the 12, the three, the six and the nine are numbers, all other hours are marked by round black spots.

Stop: Read My Short Intro To The Art Of Presenting ;)

Photo by great photographer Petradr, www.unsplash.com or on www.twitter.com/Petchy19.   Short Introduction To The Art Of Presenting “If you are looking for a short introduction to my relativity…

The black and white photograph shows the right part of the engine block of a car from above. We see in a vivid contrast of bright aluminium and black crown wheels and flexible tubes of the same color an assemblage of wheels, transmission belts and brand new srews. Evwrything looks clean and in good shape.

Stop: Create A Wonderful Presentation Structure ;)

Photo by great photographer Chad Kirchoff, www.unsplash.com, or on www.flickr.com/photos/89452564@N08/albums.   My Fantastic Tips For A High Class Structure For Your Presentation “Don’t ask yourself what the audience…

The black and white photograph shows an old fashioned circular stairway with a black iron handrail and three people on different levels. We can't see their faces, one has stopped and is looking downward where we can spot a hand and an arm of a person coming up.

Stop: Use Storytelling & Make The Difference ;)

Photo by great photographer Won Young Park, www.unsplash.com, or visit his website www.wonyoung.azurewebsites.net. My Fantastic High Class Storytelling Tips For You “Stories are the creative conversion of life…

This high contrast black and white photograph shows the left edge of a roofed sports arena. The rhombus shaped roof structure, the small stripe of open space below and the bordering, curved rows of chairs create a mixture of lines and patterns in which a human body would appear misplaced.

Stop: Learn To Manage Your Stage Fear ;)

Photo by great photographer Mike Wilson, www.unsplash.com, or visit his website www.mikewilson.com.au.   My 4 Fantastic High Class Tips For Your Stage Fear Management   “Do the thing…

This photograph shows a classic, rectangular photo camera from above. It rests on a blurred wooden table, the focussing screen is open, we can see the thin crosshairs, and in the middle of the nine fields they produce, there is what the camera is seeing: the black, small, elegant figure of a woman standing in the entrance of a room, undecided if to go in. The image is small but very sharp, in contrast with the blurred image of the cam itself and the silvercolored rotary knob on the left of the box.

Stop: Create Outstanding Slide Designs ;)

Photograph by great photographer Louis Blythe, www.unsplash.com, or visit his website www.louisblythe.com. My Fantastic 7 High Class Slide Design Tips For You   “I think there is a…

Stop: Improve Your Body-Mind Awareness ;)

Photo by great photographer Nicola Gypsicola, www.unsplash.com, or visit his website http://nicolagypsico.la.   My Fantastic But A Bit Esoteric Tips For A Better Body-Mind-Awareness On Stage   “While…

Stop: Present As A True Woman ;)

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Stop: Consider The Future Of Presenting. Long ;)

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Stop: Consider The Future of Presenting. Short ;)

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Stop: Get My Booklets In Your Language ;)

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Stop: Visit More Great Presentation Websites ;)

Photo by great photographer Clem Onojeghuo, www.unsplash.com, or visit his website www.clemono.com My 4 Fantastic Tips On Where To Find High Class Tools For Your Presentations   “The…