Each slide should contain only one idea.
If you place several significant ideas on one slide, most likely, none of them will be remembered by the audience. For each idea, highlight a separate slide. The same goes for numerical information. If you place several numerical values on one slide, they will not be well accepted by the audience.
Make vivid statistics
Any statistical data, and they, as a rule, are expressed in numbers and percentages, is better represented as visualized and visual as possible. For example, “20 million” will look much more impressive if you write “20 million”. Continue reading
The modern labor market offers job seekers many work options and conditions on which to carry out their professional activities. Not so long ago, the word “freelance” appeared in our vocabulary, and it means working outside the state of any company. A freelancer can participate simultaneously in several projects or work for several companies, while not being a full-time employee of any of them.
For some people, the opportunity to work on freelance is just a fairy tale: there are no early rises at 7 in the morning to catch an office by the beginning of the working day; There are no annoying bosses who constantly monitor the progress of your work; there is no need to ride the subway at rush hour or stand in traffic for hours – you work at home. Continue reading
We all often see various advertisements of organizations involved in helping people with disabilities, orphans and animals. On the streets, promoters handed out leaflets calling for help to tidy up the dying nature, in the subway cars posters with the texts “Let’s save children with rare diseases” flicker. It so happened in our society that most people do not trust charitable foundations or simply do not believe in their honest activities.
We will not analyze why such stereotypes arose, although this is already obvious – there are really many scammers among such companies, so people simply don’t believe in them. Continue reading