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From: Tamra_p (
Subject:         PainFree Presentations A Comprehensive Guide to Successful Projected Presentations
Date: December 31, 2010 at 2:58 pm PST

I have an extra copy of this new 2010 book for sale. This book is a must read for those who wish to apply communication skills and juxtapose them with a media presentation. Based on 40 plus years of hands on experience Stephen Puffenberger has developed a user friendly model for keeping your audience attuned to you and your presentation media. Professors, salesmen, bid teams, pastors or students needing to address an audience while using some form of media must read this book. This informative yet easy to read book gives step by step instructions that when followed will make your presentation and your use of media appeal to any size audience in any size room with the correct font and color so all can see. With the use of these techniques your audience will not only be attentive but will leave with an emotional memory. This emotional reaction summarizes your ultimate goal which is to present your message or the pitch of your product so as to make an emotional connection that will be retained even though some of the details may be forgotten.

His book would be a significant resource/textbook for professors, seminary students, worship leaders or anyone trying to communicate with the assistance of media.
Steve explains that if the PowerPoint slides cannot be read because the projector lens, the screen size or position, the font, color or background detail on the slide is a distraction then the message will be lost. What looks good on a computer monitor may not project well in the room because of variables such as lighting, architecture, seating arrangements, etc. Steve offers advice to compensate for these variables as well as an online calculator for the technician/presenter to use to calculate the distance for the projector, screen and font size.

Chapter 1: Communicating
A look back at how we got to our electronic presentation era
Chapter 2: The Impression
Learn the three axioms that make this the most important chapter
Chapter 3: The Setting Why "where," "to whom," and "when" are the three most important questions to ask
Chapter 4: Content No matter what you have to say, you have too much. How to shape it to fit your setting
Chapter 5: Design Prerequesites What you need to understand about how eyes perceive what you put on a screen
Chapter 6: Design Rules Seven easy to remember "rules" that will solve 90% of presentation problems
Chapter 7: Design Considerations How the rules apply to pictures, graphics and video
Chapter 8: Applied Design Step-by-step instructions on making PowerPoint work for you
Chapter 9: Delivery How Dancing with the Stars can be your inspiration to great presenting
Chapter 10: AV Tech What all those plugs and wires do; what to ask for when acquiring equipment
Chapter 11: Show Day To click or not to click, that is the question; how to work with professionals or go it alone

Appendices on:
AV history, Television history, Audio primer, Video primer, Glossary
PLUS Access to our exclusive Type Size Calculator program

Selling for $60 ppd

Accept non-credit Paypal, personal check (hold till clears) or money order.

Please email me if interested.

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