Secrets of Great Presentations #1: Show, Don't Tell

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The only sure-fire way to create great presentations and sell your ideas. Created by Bruce Kasanoff, author of How to Self-Promote without Being a Jerk, available here: goo.gl/xP6F3Z See the original lenticular images here: http://www.miggsblenticular.com

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  • To bring your ideas to life, show instead of telling.
  • To bring your ideas to life, show instead of telling.
  • Show the way you want things to be.
  • Show the way you want things to be.
  • Telling is a mere shadow of showing.
  • Telling is a mere shadow of showing.
  • Done right, showing has an element of magic to it.
  • Done right, showing has an element of magic to it.
  • Try it yourself! Photograph your own two versions of images like these.
  • Try it yourself! Photograph your own two versions of images like these.
  • Adapt the basic stuff around you to show others your vision.
  • Adapt the basic stuff around you to show others your vision.
  • Each of us makes different connections between different objects, events and ideas.
  • Each of us makes different connections between different objects, events and ideas.
  • Show people your vision of how one thing relates to another.
  • Show people your vision of how one thing relates to another.
  • Show how one person relates to another.
  • Show how one person relates to another.
  • Show others a glimpse of their own future.
  • Show others a glimpse of their own future.
  • Give others a reason to care deeply.
  • Give others a reason to care deeply.
  • Harness the magic of showing, rather than telling.
  • Harness the magic of showing, rather than telling.
  • Credits Slideshare by Bruce Kasanoff, a speaker, writer and consultant. Learn more at Kasanoff.com Images by Miggs Burroughs. Each pair of images can be purchased as a single lenticular image. Learn more here.