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#VisualSilence A concept you should consider for your PowerPoint slides
PAUSE A good storyteller knows the power of the
It says you’re in control. It shows confidence. It engages the audience.
For some reason we forget the power of silence in our slides, although it serves the same purpose.
H e re a re f i v e ex a m p l e s of visual silence.
Visual Silence gives the audience time to listen time to digest information time to think and reflect
“ But what if my presentation has way more content than your fancy pancy Slideshare decks?!
Don’t worry, it is fully understandable that all decks can’t have three words per slide.
However everyone can have this concept in mind when preparing their slides.
Ask yourself Do you need all those points in your slide? Can you break it up in multiple slides? Can you illustrate your points with a visual instead?
At the end of the day you want your audience to leave the presentation with a key message in mind.
At the end of the day you want your audience to leave the presentation with a key message in mind. (Make sure that your slides help them remember this message)
Do you need help with bringing silence to your slides? Drop me a line for a free quote. firstname.lastname@example.org @damonify damonnofar.me