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Follow the example of Garr Reynolds

Follow the example of Garr Reynolds

A couple of years ago I discovered the presentation blog ‘Presentation Zen’ of Garr Reynolds. I think this is when my true passion for presentations started! I think what he writes about the topic, especially about the use of slides, is great stuff. I saw him present a couple of years ago at the World Creativity forum and I asked him how he convinces Japanese people of his Zen ideas. Because he is an American who lives and works in Japan and I don’t know if you have ever seen a Japanese slide before….these are even more cluttered than our slides. His reaction to my question was this ‘I am already happy when I can convince them not to use slides during the presentation’. And that is exactly my idea!

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication - Leonardo Da Vinci

A couple of years ago I discovered the presentation blog ‘Presentation Zen’ of Garr Reynolds. I think this is when my true passion for presentations started! I think what he writes about the topic, especially about the use of slides, is great stuff. I saw him present a couple of years ago at the World Creativity forum and I asked him how he convinces Japanese people of his Zen ideas. Because he is an American who lives and works in Japan and I don’t know if you have ever seen a Japanese slide before….these are even more cluttered than our slides. His reaction to my question was this ‘I am already happy when I can convince them not to use slides during the presentation’. And that is exactly my idea!

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