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December 09, 2005



Hi Garr,

Well, I'm amazed by this story: asking at the end of your presentation how many slides you've used and being responded 40 to 60 whereas you used 285... All I can say is WOW. You are definitely a presentation High Priest and a great storyteller.
I personally believe that less is more. And I follow the "Kawasaki Method" of the 10, 20, 30. 10 slides, 20 minutes and 30 point font. I believe setting yourself such a stretch target forces you to eliminate the superfluous stuff.
Thanks for this blog Garr. You changed my life :-)

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