As any savvy eater knows, a beautiful presentation on a plate is very nice, but it doesn’t amount to much if the food is lousy. So it is with presentations in the business/nonprofit world: People often have to make them, and they want to make them as eye-appealing as possible.
In his book “The Presentation Lab” Simon Morton offers advice about making presentations that are as good as the surface appearance. Morton argued that presentations can be ruined by strict adherence to a group of myths that developed over time, especially centering on presentations involving use of sophisticated visual devices, in other words almost all presentations.
The myths that Morton advises presenters to be aware of and to avoid are:
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