A recent blog of mine, Get To the Power Point discussed interesting new ways to create presentations. Something Seth Godin mentioned in an article gave me a fun idea to create a pechakucha about my recently published book/memoir about medical writing.
The message of the post was to steal ideas freely from him and anyone else. The only caveat--you must make it better. And naturally tip your hat toward the inspiration for appropriate credit.
I created a template (I am happy to share for free) with the 20 second timings but for some reason slide share disregards the timing when I play from here. Sign up for the newsletter or send me an email and I will send you the actual powerpoint so you can make your own stories.
PechaKucha are fun to create and being truly unique they reveal a story in 20 second narrations.
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Question the quality of the evidence. The motivation for disseminating the evidence.
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