Do you want to make goals and reach better engagement by your audience? In this blog, we prepared a few ideas on how you can achieve these intentions using SMART goals in your presentation.
Remember your student times? It’s been over a decade for me, but I still recall this wonderful period of my life.
Nowadays students have a pretty busy schedule. Besides classes, exams, projects, they are often involved in a part-time work. Thus, keeping focus, planning and managing time is a crucial new skill they want to handle.
As the end of the year is approaching, you may be involved in preparing a business review presentation. Here’re some simple tips on how to make it visually attractive. How to make financial results more interesting, inspirations for showing sales, production, accounting data and other KPIs in eye-catching visual form.
Here’s an example of how our icons were applied for a presentation made in Apple Keynote.
The presentation gives simple hints on how to plan six months ahead of your business.
One reason so few of us achieve what we truly want is that we never direct our focus; we never concentrate our power. Most people dabble their way through life, never deciding to master anything in particular. Tony Robbins
Here’s a simple diagram sketch of Seth Godin’s blog “Even better than an app?”.
Time for another diagram visualization example.
Last year I was co-organizing a networking event for engineering student organization I used to be part of. We came up with a nice goal statement written in a few sentences. I thought it’d be good to visualize these goals, so they’d be more eye-catching. Here is what I came up with:
Illustrating the main message of Seth Godin’s blog post “Every successful case is a special case” or how you can present a success.