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Cedric
Galieleo Galilei, Mother Theresa, Bill Gates, Larry Page–these are just four of the people you look up to because of their significant contribution to the world. How did they do it? How did they start working on their idea? Can you be as influential as them? Yes! And we hope this presentation inspires you to...
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It’s no secret that live presentations, whether done in person or on-line, are great ways to generate leads and sales for small businesses. It’s also no secret that video is one of the most powerful and effective marketing tools a small business has at its disposal (check out some eye-popping statistics from WebpageFX). The problem...
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Do you know that Brazilians called their Santa Claus “Papai Noel”or “Bom Velhinho” which means “good, old man”? Do you know that Christmas in Egypt is celebrated on January 7? And in South Korea, Santa Claus may be seen as wearing blue? In this infographic, 24slides compiles some interesting Christmas culture from around the world...
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In most cases, the fear of failure or being judged by our audience causes performance anxiety. Make no mistake—these fears are valid and perfectly normal. Identifying them is the first step in addressing them. There are things you can do before and even during your presentations which will help calm your fears. Here are 7...
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Self-criticism and lack of motivation are two major threats that kill creativity at work. This is particularly true within companies like 24Slides which demand a great deal of imagination, inspiration and innovation. But when it seems like you’re doing the same thing day in and day out, the perceived challenge declines and so does your...
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Before you even think that the effectiveness of a presentation is entirely subjective and vary from one person to another, you should know that not all are purely biased or based on opinions. Science also has a say in determining whether or not your presentation will give the impact you desire. Here are 3 scientific...
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Quite often, public speaking involves a significant part of persuasion. Think about it, you often need to persuade your team, an investor or a client during these talks. But let’s first draw a clear line between persuasion and manipulation. Persuasion is more of a gentlemans game (or gentlewomen’s, if you will), that has to deal with...
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” Our bodies change our minds, and our minds can change our behavior, and our behavior can change our outcomes.” -Amy Cuddy  The more we research about Body Language, the more we realize it has a capital importance in all aspects of life. Of course, it’ never as important as when we are presenting. We...
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A good presentation is composed of many different things.  The speaker, the content, the media are all important aspects of a good presentation.  With so many new formats in the presentation world, the importance of the basic components that make a presentation good is often forgotten. That’s why 24 Slides has come up with two...
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What exactly are “Corporate presentations”? The title alone suggests a level of professionalism, and an environment that will be equally professional. Universally, these presentations should be serious, strict, clear-cut and to the point with highly effective data delivery. But, as presentations do, the tools we use within them evolve,  the old style of presentations cluttered...
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