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Consider the typical bucketload of slides that most business presentations contain. What if the presenter retrieved the few important slides from that bucketload and concentrated on this important content — and then he or she practiced these slides, researched possible questions and answers, and made as many improvements as possible all the while. I think this approach would work! So that’s the thought of this week — do ponder and share your feedback with me.

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