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
Wikipedia tells us that networking is “a social and professional activity that aims to quickly and efficiently solve complex life problems and business issues with the help of a circle of friends and acquaintances.” This is the most accurate definition of networking, however, I would like to add that this is not just friendship for the benefit, but building relationships based on trust, sympathy and desire to help.
Theory of Six Handshakes
Networking is based on the theory of six handshakes proposed by American psychologists Stanley Milgram and Jeffrey Travers back in 1969. The essence of this theory is that each person is familiar with any other inhabitant of the planet through a chain of acquaintances consisting of only five people (that is, six handshakes). Psychologists deduced this theory by conducting an experiment: 300 subjects were given envelopes containing the name of the person who needed to pass this envelope. Continue reading
Fast Food with Russian Food
Perhaps some of you remember that in the Soviet Union there was also fast food. Only hot dogs and hamburgers were not sold there, but sandwiches and dumplings, and such establishments were called “Snacks”. Admittedly, they enjoyed good popularity. What prevents to open a similar Russian fast food now? The cost of producing sandwiches, dumplings, soups, pancakes and our other native food is very low, and you can set up an institution quite modestly, without restaurant decor and frills.
Be sure to attend such a fast food will be no less than Burger King or McDonald’s, or even more often. After all, the price of one lunch at McDonald’s will be equal to two, or maybe three dinners in a Russian diner. Continue reading