One of the biggest benefits I’ve experienced from writing on LinkedIn and this newsletter is learning skills I never would have. I’m able to notice frameworks everywhere. Here’s an example from just today of my good friend Alex from Taro using one of the best frameworks for copywriting and presentations.
I like the idea of Before-After-Bridge. As a platform team lead, I do presentations quite frequently. Will use this recommendation! Thanks!
Great article! I fully agree with the point that cluttering the slides with excessive text makes them hard to follow. The audience gets confused whether to concentrate on the text or the speech.
However, an argument I often hear is that text-heavy presentations are beneficial because they allow for easy review of the slides after the presentation especially for those that were absent.
Do any thoughts on that?
This is great! I have some changes I'd like my team to adopt, and these will surely help my odds of getting buy-in!
One small criticism: I find Now-Later-Bridge to be more representative than Before-After-Bridge (you even say current state to describe 'before'!). Nitpicky and perhaps still leaves room for improvement, but thought I'd run it by you.