7 signs that your slides are undermining your presentation

I help detail-oriented people create slides that enhance their presentations rather than distract from them. Here are seven signs that your slides are undermining your presentation:

  1. What you are saying is on your screen (word for word)
  2. The text on your slides is so small that your audience members need to squint to read it
  3. Your slides include complete sentences, lots of mathematical equations, or graphs with unreadable information
  4. You have more than 3 bullets on your slides
  5. Your slides only have text or data on them
  6. You notice your audience is not paying attention to you because they are reading your slides
  7. You find you have to read your slides so you know what to say

If you’d like to learn five surprising facts to transform your presentation, three of which relate to slides, join me on one of my free 30-minute webinars each month. My next two webinars are May 20 and June 14. Sign up for those webinars below: