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5 Creative Principles for Remarkable Presentations

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Every time I ask the question “what’s the most difficult part of writing a speech?” the answer is always the same. STARTING.

Writing a presentation is inherently a creative process. It’s no different than painting a picture, choreographing a ballet, or writing a novel. Every artist (and speakers ARE artists) starts with a blank canvas, page, or PowerPoint slide.

To write a remarkable presentation, you’ve got to get your creative juices flowing. You’re not writing just another speech – a remarkable presentation is an artistic creation.

Step away from the computer and take a more creative approach to writing your speech.

So let’s get to the work of creating with these five creative principles for remarkable presentations, shall we?

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Every time I ask the question “what’s the most difficult part of writing a speech?” the answer is always the same. STARTING. Writing a presentation is inherently a creative process. It’s no different than painting a picture, choreographing a ballet, or writing a novel. Every artist (and speakers ARE artists) starts with a blank canvas, page, or PowerPoint slide. To write a remarkable presentation, you’ve got to get your creative juices flowing. You’re not writing just another speech – a remarkable presentation is an artistic creation. Step away from the computer and take a more creative approach to writing your speech. So let’s get to the work of creating with these five creative principles for remarkable presentations, shall we?

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