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Einstein forgets his keys

by Tom Nixon

I cannot imagine that Albert never misplaced his keys. Or walked into a room and couldn’t remember why he was there. What hope do the rest of us mortals have?

There are two ideas worth noting in this slide: 1) Using quotes is a great way to make a point while leveraging someone else’s expertise and 2) Images can add a point of humor to your presentation without the need for you to actually tell a joke.

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Use Powerful Graphics

by Tom Nixon

There are of course millions of cheap, junkie, childish graphics and images available from many sources all over the Internet. They give your audience the subliminal message that you have a cheap, junkie and childish presentation. It is worth the time, effort and money to seek out and use powerful, clear images. It sends an instant message that you are a pro and you know your stuff.

This slide uses one of my favorite techniques of adding a short general headline to a …

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