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I still remember my anxiety & fear before my first presentation in the boardroom...
Ramgopal, Co-founder of Presentation Process
It was 2 a.m.
I woke up in cold sweat. My stomach tied up in knots.
“Your presentation this morning – is going to bomb. They’re going to laugh at your sorry slides. You’ll stand there in shame”
My inner voice was killing me.
For the previous one month, I did everything I could - to gather my best ideas.
I spent days researching facts, collecting data and gathering testimonials...
But my PowerPoint slides reflected none of that.
My slides looked – kind of lame.
The thing is…
My ‘slide deck’ - was all that my audience would see and base their decision on.
My ‘slides’ – will decide if my ideas will fly or die.
And… my ‘slides’ – won’t let me sleep.
I spent the rest of the night wide awake with haunting doubts…
“Do my slides look professional enough? “
“Can they hold the audience’s attention?”
“Have I made any mistakes that’d jeopardize my month long preparation?”
But, I got no answers.
The next morning, my lack of confidence and the lack of sleep played havoc in the boardroom.
I made a mess of the presentation.
That was many, many years ago.
But, here’s my question to you…
Have you been in a similar situation?
Have you suffered from an anxiety attack before a key presentation?
We all know…
It’s easy to do a post mortem after a presentation flops.
You can always point fingers at a hundred things you could’ve done better.
But, that doesn’t help.
There’s just one thing I wished I had - that fearful night.
A simple, reliable checklist to tell me if my presentation slides were ready for the boardroom.
Just a few broad guidelines to point me in the right direction.
A few parameters to gauge the strength of my slide deck.
That’s all. Boy, that’d have been golden.
By the way…
Do you share my feeling?
That’s why I created a simple 4 point checklist.
A checklist to let you know if your slides are up to snuff to showcase your ideas in the best possible light.
I’m calling it - the ‘Litmus test for Boardroom slides’.
Just 4 Points? That’s all?
Yeah. Nothing more.
I can always give you a much longer checklist that goes into every nitty gritty of business slide making.
But then, you need something quick and handy.
(If you insist, I’ll give you a detailed checklist somewhere along this course. So, keep an eye out)
The 4 points I’ll share – are the underlying factors that lead to all the symptoms you see on the surface.
Each point in the checklist has a strong grounding in science (I’ll share that too).
I’ll explore the points in-depth over a short email course that starts right away.
Once you ‘truly’ understand the significance of these 4 points...
At the end of the course, I’ll introduce you to a useful tool that’ll help you build slides that pass the litmus test naturally...