What Would the Gettysburg Address Look Like in PowerPoint?

What Would the Gettysburg Address Look Like in PowerPoint? By Joey Asher Category: Visual Aid “Hi. I’m Abe Lincoln. My first slide lays out a timeline for our nation. As you can see reading from left to right, it really all started four score and seven years ago. . . .” Of course that [...]

What Would the Gettysburg Address Look Like in PowerPoint?2020-12-08T11:35:06-05:00

Six Rules for Successful Team Presentations

Six Rules for Successful Team Presentations By Joey Asher Category: Other One of the things that many owners say when they’re interviewing design and construction teams is  “We’re looking for the best team.” So the question is: how can you come across as a great team during a 30-45 minute presentation? In watching hundreds of [...]

Six Rules for Successful Team Presentations2020-12-08T11:52:19-05:00

Best Way to Use a Quote? Don’t Put it on Your Slide: Just Say It!

Category: Content A client recently sent over a deck of slides for a big presentation on leadership. The first slide was a quote from Jack Welch, the former GE Chairman. “My main job was developing talent. I was a gardener providing water and other nourishment to our top 750 people. Of course, I had to pull [...]

Best Way to Use a Quote? Don’t Put it on Your Slide: Just Say It!2020-09-22T20:45:18-05:00

How Can Ben Franklin Help Improve Your Speaking Skills?

How Can Ben Franklin Help Improve Your Speaking Skills? By Joey Asher Category: Tips from Celebrities Do you speak with all the energy of a houseplant? Do you pepper your conversation with too many “uhs” and “ums?” Do you keep your face in a permanent state of boredom? More importantly, do you want to change [...]

How Can Ben Franklin Help Improve Your Speaking Skills?2021-01-05T12:56:09-05:00