There are thousands of bad presentations. What makes a good presentation?
Nancy Duarte looks at the importance of stories and narratives in our collective history, and how the use of storytelling can captivate audiences.
In it’s most simple structure, a story contains a likable hero, who encounters a roadblock, and overcomes the adversity to achieve a goal.
This is one of my favorite presentations and part of my recent research into storytelling, designing presentations, communication, and public speaking.
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