Guest: David Sparks
MacSparky.com and MacPowerUsers.com
David last appeared on episode #119 to help us get control of our email.
Memorize the opening and the closing of your presentation
- Nail the beginning.
- Close strong.
Utilize an effective remote
- A green laser shows better than a red one
- Keep the button options simple
- Dark the screen when you’re not referring to a slide
- Find one with an on/off switch
- David recommends the Kensington K72427AM Wireless Presenter*
Tools to consider
- You need to learn to be self-sufficient
- Extension cord
- Duct tape
- Speakers for audio
David’s final advice
- Think about your presentation as a story
- Your slides are not your script
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