Providing the cure for PowerPoint poisoning

11/24/2013 | Forbes

Even though they know better, some people still create tedious PowerPoints when faced with presenting to an audience, Carmine Gallo writes. Learning to put together a dynamic presentation that won't put listeners to sleep can set workers apart. By "creating simple, visually engaging presentations, learning to tell a story, and practicing the heck out of it, you'll stand out in a hyper-competitive global economy," Gallo writes. "Your voice and your ideas will be heard."

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