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Why you should use PowerPoint for your business presentation

August 9, 2018

If you are preparing for that business presentation and wondering how to go about it, don’t fret, we’re here to help you smash it!

As the boss lady that you are, every presentation that you make must not only communicate properly to your target audience, it must also achieve the aim of the presentation. With PowerPoint, you’ve got no problem. Here’s why you need to use PowerPoint for your business presentation.

It helps you get organized. What’s worse than forgetting your key points during a presentation? By having all your key points and thoughts built within the power point presentation, you would remain focused on the topic.

Looks professional. You sure want people to take you serious, that is why you need PowerPoint. It will be very unprofessional when you have to hold a paper or a book and be reading from it. Making use of PowerPoint shows that you came prepared.

Makes your audience focused. People get bored easily in meetings. It will get worse when you just keep talking and they have no visuals to catch their attention. It is like a lecturer teaching theory for too long, without practicals. One way to keep your audience engrossed in your presentation is to make them see the points you’re trying to pass across. Using PowerPoint helps break the barrier of boredom. It will also help them jot better especially for those who cannot hear you clearly.

Note that when using PowerPoint, you should reduce the number of words. When your presentation is packed with text, your audience will spend more time reading the text, instead of concentrating on the message you want to pass across. So make use of more pictures, audio or videos, because, the ideas when presented neatly in graphics and images attracts more audience with minimal verbal effort.

Preparing for that business presentation? You’ve got this!


Photo credit: Women on Business

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