The “three question” approach is a great way to get out from the usual wall of slides that separates you from your audience. It gets you thinking about what your audience wants – and who doesn’t love a presentation that revolves around themselves?
I suggested this method of creating compelling presentations to one of my clients, which he’s used to good effect in front of a lunch of leasing agents.
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