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Presenting Tip #6 - Images or Minimal Text

This is presenting tip #6, based on numerous mistakes I have made in the past. Death by PowerPoint can also be called death by bullet point. Sometimes I think presentations are nothing more then a contest of how much information you can squeeze into each slide. The key lesson I have learned is "SLIDES ARE … Continue reading Presenting Tip #6 - Images or Minimal Text


Presenting Tip #5 - Eliminating Physical Barriers

This is my 5th post on presenting,based on the many mistakes I've made in the past. Today I would like to focus on the importance of not hiding from the audience. When I first started presenting I would often use the facilities setup at the event, such as standing behind a speaker's podium or sit … Continue reading Presenting Tip #5 - Eliminating Physical Barriers


Online Shopping Fraud - Advanced Social Engineering

I've noticed recently a growing case of online, bargain shopping fraud happening. Well, I should say the power shoppers in my family have noticed this and helped point this out to me. The scam works by setting up websites pretending to be legitimate, but are really nothing more then fake sites that sell dramatically discounted … Continue reading Online Shopping Fraud - Advanced Social Engineering


Presenting Lesson Learned #4 - Emphasizing Key Points

This is my 4th post in a series on mistakes made andlessons learned for successful presenting. Today I want to focus on key points, or more specifically how to emphasize key points during your talk. By emphasize I mean perhaps you want to explain some key numbers or demonstrate how a network diagram works. A … Continue reading Presenting Lesson Learned #4 - Emphasizing Key Points


Top Ten Presenting Tips - #3 Talk Slowly

This is tip #3 as part of a series of posts on becoming a better presenter, based primarily on my past mistakes. I don't know about you, but when I get in front of a group of people I'm pumped and excited, I can't wait to jump right in. That energy is great for passion, … Continue reading Top Ten Presenting Tips - #3 Talk Slowly