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6 Common Signs of a PowerPoint addict

A cubicle warriors slide into hell
by

Spencer Waldron

on 15 June 2016

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Transcript of 6 Common Signs of a PowerPoint addict

PowerPoint Addict
01
HIGH SLIDE TOLERANCE
Denial
Has Set In
Social Sacrifices Made
Continued Use, Despite
Related Problems
Despite regular slide boredom, addicts need ever more text & bullets to get the same fix.
02
03
04
05
06
Maintain
Supply
Withdrawal
Symptoms
6
The Treatment?
Lack of business interest and snoring audiences are ignored in pursuit of more and more slides...
Addicts refuse to spend time talking to prospects, leads, or even customers, instead preferring a darkened cubicle to create more slide shows.
Addicts create excuses for meetings in order to keep creating more PowerPoint
decks
Addicts refuse to accept the fact that people don't like their presentations.
People start avoiding meetings with them
If no need exists to create dull and boring slides, bouts of extreme moodiness and bad temper set in
normally accompanied
with extreme anxiety...
Common signs of a
The Alternative to PowerPoint
contains:
Presentation Zen
Visual engagement
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