Better Slides For People In A Hurry

By far, he most common misstep I see with presentations and elearning is putting too much text on the slides. As you may have heard me say before, visual slides are better than slides overloaded with text. Too much text requires your audience to do a lot of mental processing as they constantly switch back and forth between reading and listening. It doesn’t take much of this to cause cognitive overload which makes it hard for people to understand your message. And if it is hard to understand, the odds they’ll remember what you want them to aren’t very good.

I get it – you’re busy and don’t have time ot learn a “new” way to craft your slides. I’m here to tell you that a small investment of your time to learn a better way of communicating is more than worth it. Fortunately, I have a great “insider” tip you can learn in about 30 seconds that can rescue you and take your slides from “death by PowerPoint’ to “why doesn’t everyone do it like that”.

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