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November 06, 2014


Mark Hill

A very well-written piece.

I love the points about removing the non-essential, and also incorporating a surprise. (One of my favorite forms of surprise is humor.) After all, one of the main enemies of a great presentation is boredom and lack of focus.

Thanks for sharing this and keep up the great work!

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