Over recent years, PowerPoint has taken more than its fair share of blame for bad presentations. Blame the bullet points! As a result, we’ve seen the rise of beautiful presentations, simple presentations, photogenic presentations, interactive presentations… and still there are plenty of terrible presentations, even without the bullet points!

Using slides to support a presentation should be for one purpose only – to make an impact, to leave an impression on the audience, to help get a point across and hope that it is still remembered long after the event. Use whatever style helps achieve that goal.

And whilst I don’t think I could bring myself to create a presentation quite like this one… it demonstrates the point perfectly ūüôā

Presentation by Dave McClure

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