1. Rick Enrico, CEO & Founder of SlideGenius.
    “Presenting things in threes is an extremely commonly used method when conveying information. Most don’t realize how common of a tactic this is for politicians. Focus on any sound bite and you’ll likely catch a congressman working it into their talking points.
    The reason they do this so commonly is because it’s a clear, concise way to present your thoughts. And from a design perspective, clustering a train of thought into threes is a great way to simplify and present in a way that doesn’t just look good, but is highly effective in making an impact. An example would be Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness."

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  2. Rick Enrico, CEO & Founder, SlideGenius
    "A good presenter knows their environment ahead of time. They know the audience, they know their job functions, they even know the type screen that they’ll be presenting on. For an attentive presenter they would know ahead of time if they’re presenting on an LCD television which have become commonplace in a business environment. This allows for the presentation to be formatted in widescreen 16 by 9. Which will maximize the real estate of your message and allows for visual builds and animations to reach their desired potential."

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  3. Rick Enrico, CEO & Founder of SlideGenius.
    "Presentations are the last mile in a sales process. Everyday we see businesses spend a tremendous amount of money in sales, marketing, branding and collateral just to get the meeting and we forget how important a well designed core presentation is within the engagement process.

    Sales people are good storytellers, not designers. By providing them with just a“template” you’re doing them and the organization a huge dis-service. Sales executives need the support and the tools just like a pro golfer needs a caddie to win the US Open. Sure there’s a chance an expert could actually pull it off. But the margin of that happening is incredibly small and I wouldn’t take that bet. My point is when your brand matters most and the game, deal, or your job is on the line a well designed presentation is a wise investment."

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  4. Rick Enrico, CEO & Founder of SlideGenius. "If at all possible when presenting in person a printed version of your PowerPoint presentation should be provided at the conclusion of the meeting. An average person will retain only 3 to 7 key points from a presentation. So it is always best to provide a binded, color printed version or PDF emailed version of the presentation for reading material well past the meeting. Feel free to add more copy within this version as the viewer will be without the audible narrative."

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  5. Rick Enrico, CEO & Founder of SlideGenius. "The only piece of collateral in the sales process that shouldn’t have some level of incorporated design is the legal contract. Pitches, proposals, road maps, timelines… Whether you are presenting internally selling your vision or externally selling your solutions. Each step in the sales process should contain visual narratives to guide the audience, buyer or boss through the story. You’ll end up achieving more support and success through a higher level of credibility."

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