#43 - Brigette Callahan speaks on the empirical impacts of slides on presentations. In Brigette's experience in designing slides way before computers made them easy, together with her exposure to live speaking events, Brigette discovered that 95% of slides used by speakers prove to be a complete disservice.
Here, she discusses how strings of stories tie into images, why presentations should appeal to the limbic brain, and the common mistakes when designing slides.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:
· Brigette Callahan – on creating slides before computers were even a thing
· The problem about how speakers understand slides
· Your presentation is your partner on stage
· Why are children's books engaging?
· About a client making $72,000 for a 30-minute talk
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Brigette Callahan is a slide-presentation designer with 30+ years of experience creating compelling presentations. She has worked with some of the biggest names in the business — including Xerox, Acura, Samsung, and PayPal. She is passionate about helping speakers create slides that engage and inspire their audience and turns them into raving fans.
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Brigette Callahan is a slide-presentation designer with 30+ years’ experience creating engaging speeches, presentations, and seminars. She has worked with some of the biggest names in business — including Xerox, Acura, Samsung, and PayPal.
When most executives and entrepreneurs go to create a speech or presentation, they really don’t know how to convey what they want to say in an engaging and compelling way.
But after working with Brigette, her clients show up with PowerPoints that are easy for them to deliver. And the audience ends up retaining the concepts the speaker wanted to get across … and remembering the speaker as the true expert they are.
Brigette is on a mission to end the tyranny of boring PowerPoints. She is passionate about helping speakers create presentations that engage and inspire their audience, and turns them into raving fans.