We produce many meetings every year that include in-house presentations and demos that are beyond our control. I've seen good ones, and I've also seen the incomprehensible, unimaginable, and uninspired. There are thousands of books that will tell you how to make a good presentation, so I'm not going to talk about eye contact and posture. However, I do have one bit of advice that comes by way of my discussions with Geoff Thatcher, a senior writer at our company who has helped produce ...

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