The "Death by PowerPoint" Myth

The "Death by PowerPoint" Myth

The phrase "death by PowerPoint" is heard so frequently that many people believe PowerPoint to be an instrument of the devil. PowerPoint - an innocent tool brought to life by its user - is blamed for the large numbers of poor presentations delivered every day. In this post, our objective is to dispel the common myths surrounding "death by PowerPoint".

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Reading List: 10 Audiobooks Worth a Listen

Reading List: 10 Audiobooks Worth a Listen

It is a long standing belief that there is an enormous amount of valuable information in book stores and libraries. The number of books (physical and eBooks) being published is constantly on the rise, and many people are finding it tougher to keep on top of their reading list. Audiobooks may just be the answer...

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How to Create Interactive PowerPoint Presentations

How to Create Interactive PowerPoint Presentations

PowerPoint offers much more interactivity than many people realise. This post will show you how to easily create interactive PowerPoint presentations that can be presented in accordance with your audience's needs...

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Infographic: How to be an Excellent Public Speaker

Infographic: How to be an Excellent Public Speaker

Speaking in front of an audience, whether on stage or in the boardroom, is often expressed as a daunting experience by many. Having confidence in your content and performance can go a long way into making you look and feel more confident, along with making your message more memorable. This week we thought you would find this infographic, by David Keane, useful.

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Reading List: Are You Breaking Copyright Law?

Reading List: Are You Breaking Copyright Law?

The use of social media has expanded a great deal in the past decade. As a result it is now easier than ever to find good, original content. However, with content being easily found and shared, it is sometimes hard to distinguish who owns the copyright and whether you have any right to use it - even if you acknowledge the source.

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