Many people prepare a presentation thinking “This topic is too scientific/technical. You can’t make it interesting.” Not true…
In this video, I explain one of the greatest advances in medical history. I make it fun, and I make it memorable. How? I make the content relatable to the audience, I keep it simple (so simple that I’ve given this talk to a 10-year-old), I tell a story, and most importantly, I come at it from a different perspective.
Most presenters would spout statistic after statistic. Fact after fact. You don’t have to do that. Watch the video. I cite sources and give numbers, but I make them relevant.
If you’d like to do the same with your presentations, get in touch with me. I can help.
It is also worth noting … zero slides.