So, you can do a PowerPoint presentation. You know because you’ve done them before. You can also hammer a nail and pour concrete, but is it worth it to build a new porch on your house with your own two hands?
If you’re reading this, you obviously know that your PowerPoint presentation needs to be good, and whatever you are doing or planning right now could be improved. A PowerPoint expert adds value to your presentation in three main ways: knowledge, timeliness and quality.
First of all, an expert brings knowledge to the table. They create presentations for a living, they do it all the time, so they know about it. The PowerPoint Studio has critique groups to keep their knowledge alive, collaborative and current. Maybe their knowledge is all you need—check out our Power Point coaching, we can simply critique your current projects.
Second, just like building a new porch, do you really want to build the whole presentation? Maybe you just want to be a small part of the process, or you don’t want to touch the thing at all. But you need it done well and on time. Presentations almost always have a timeline, and whether tight or slack, an expert can help you make the deadline.
Finally there is quality, which is materialized knowledge. Power Point experts have access to lots of resources. An expert won’t send you to a meeting with a Microsoft template. They will match your company colors, create dynamic graphics, and insert sharp photos that don’t come with the software. Want to insert a short video? Let an expert do it, and I guarantee the video will not be longer than seven minutes—unless you ask for it—because that’s about how long your audience will be comfortable tuning into it. They know the little tricks to creation, as well as presentation audience psychology.
There is plenty of value to add to your presentations, and experts are the way to get there.