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Beyond Bullet Points: Using Microsoft PowerPoint to Create Presentations That Inform, Motivate, and Inspire

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Beyond Bullet Points: Using Microsoft PowerPoint to Create Presentations That Inform, Motivate, and Inspire

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  • Published 2/2/2005
  • 1st Edition
  • 240 pages
  • Book 978-0-7356-2052-0

Unload those boring, bullet-riddled slides—and unlock the amazing story buried in your presentation! In BEYOND BULLET POINTS, communications expert Cliff Atkinson shares his innovative three-step system for increasing the impact of your communications with Microsoft PowerPoint. He guides you, step by step, as you discover how to combine the tenets of classic storytelling with the power of the projected media to create a rich, engaging experience. He walks you through his easy-to-use templates, plus 50 advanced tips, to help build your confidence and effectiveness—and quickly bring your ideas to life!

  • FOCUS: Learn how to distill your best ideas into a crisp and compelling narrative.

  • CLARIFY: Use a storyboard to clarify and visualize your ideas, creating the right blend of message and media.

  • ENGAGE:Move from merely reading your slides to creating a rich, connected experience with your audience—and increase your impact!

  • Inside!: See sample storyboards for a variety of presentation types—including investment, sales, educational, and training.

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