The Minimum Viable Presentation

Most presentations contain far too much information.

The presenter sets off without a clear and specific destination. So they wander all over the map, covering too much detail, and the presentation comes to an abrupt and unsatisfying end. In other words, it looks something like this:

A piece of information…another piece of information… and another one…and another one… and another

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Creative director, consultant, speaker and judo player. I write about business, lifestyle, technology, and philosophy. www.tomhayton.com

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Creative director, consultant, speaker and judo player. I write about business, lifestyle, technology, and philosophy. www.tomhayton.com

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