Here are links to the helpful resources cited in 11 Deadly Presentation Sins:
- Patricia Fripp’s Opening Options … the Words, by Patricia Fripp
- “Why a 20-Minute Presentation Always Beats a 60-Minute One,” by Carmine Gallo, Forbes
- “Your Brain on Fiction,” by Annie Murphy Paul, New York Times
- “The Science of Storytelling,” by Leo Widrich, Lifehacker
- “Your Brain Lies to You,” by Sam Wang and Sandra Aamodt, New York Times
- “Why Metaphors Beat Facts In Motivating Action,” by Douglas Van Praet, Fast Company
- “6 Steps to Turning Jargon-Monoxide into Human Speak,” by Convince & Convert
- “Decisions are Emotional, Not Logical,” by Jim Camp, Big Think
- “Brain Wired to Remember Emotionally Charged Events,” by Nick Collins, The Telegraph
- “What’s the Line Between Authenticity and TMI?” by Dorie Clark, Forbes
- “7 Lessons from the World’s Most Captivating Presenters,” by Marta Kagan, Hubspot
- “Really Bad PowerPoint,” by Seth Godin, Seth’s Blog
- “PowerPoint Doesn’t Suck. You Do,” by Mitch Joel, Six Pixels of Separation
- “The Scientific Reason Why Bullets Are Bad for Presentations,” by Leslie Belknap, Ethos3
- “10 Tips for Designing Presentations That Don’t Suck,” by Joshua Johnson, Design Shack
- “How to Ruin a Presentation in the Last 30 Seconds,” by Michelle Mazur, Dr. Michelle Mazur
- “Busting the Myth 93% of Communication Is Nonverbal,” by Jeremy Dean, PsyBlog
- “Mehrabian and Nonverbal Communication,” by Olivia Mitchell, Speaking about Presenting
- “Brilliant Solution to an Age-Old Speaking Problem?” by Nick Morgan, Public Words
- “What Mick Jagger Teaches Us About Public Speaking,” by David Meerman Scott, WebInkNow
- “10 Ways to Prepare for a TED-format Talk,” by Nancy Duarte, Duarte
- “The Secret Structure of Great Talks,” by Nancy Duarte, TED.com
- “A Surefire Way to a Memorable Speech,” by Barbara Kite, blog
- “Six Tips for Better Public Speaking,” by Gini Dietrich, Spin Sucks
- “Ten Things Smart Speakers Never Say,” by Jeff Haden, LinkedIn
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