There’s some crazy stuff out there.

We all know that the internet is full of… interesting things.

One of those things is that there’s tons of “presentations about presentations” – a lot of which are essentially the “get rich quick” equivalents on how to make a presentation.

Yes, there are some good ones – but (huge) yes, there are also some bad ones.

How do you know what to listen to and what not?

The best answer to this question is: you don’t.

Experience writing, designing and delivering presentations and finding out what works best for you, your audience and your subject matter (in other words, practice) is the only sure fire way to become a better presenter.

But, make no mistake, all of those shiny, pretty presentations we see online can lead us to try in things in the real world that just don’t work.

So, to help set the record straight, here’s…

6 Myths The Internet Teaches You About Presentations

6 Myths the Internet Teaches You About Presentations from Crispy Presentations

Back to you: What myth do you tend to avoid when making a presentation in the real world?


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