June 16, 2020
June 16, 2020
Today I’m very excited to announce that the second edition of my eBook, Bullet Points Kill and other deadly presentation traps, is live. The updated version has a new section on how to present virtually… which may be the new norm for quite some time.
When it comes to boring presentations, don’t be part of the problem but rather become the solution. This is a short eBook but it’s full of some great tips on how to present with success. This includes both presenting in person and online. It’s the perfect length to grab a coffee and have a read. Speaking about coffee, it’s my desire to get this eBook in the hands of everyone that needs it, so we have priced it accordingly.
Bullet Points Kill is a must-read for anyone that wants their presentations to be more engaging. This ebook is filled with practical tips and great advice. The section on presenting virtually is crucial for anyone finding themselves working remotely and needing to present online.
Andrew Boyd, Head of Digital Natives, Amazon Web Services
Gabrielle is a ‘Rebel Rebel’ and this is a fun and engaging book that is not only for ‘absolute beginners’, where you can implement many ‘changes’ ‘day-in, day out’ immediately. ‘I can’t give everything away’ but this book is a ‘little wonder’, for the ‘heroes’ out there eliminating death by bullet point one presentation at a time. Bowie Versus Kylie lives on.
Kieran McCann, PwC, National Thought Leadership Manager, Clients and Markets
If you present as part of the work you do then you will find this book very insightful and extremely high value. From being clear on your message, to understanding your audience’s perspective and all the different ways you can get your message across. This book delivers on the title …..it will help elevate your presentations by engaging your audience whilst avoiding presentation pitfalls, including what we do when presenting virtually.
Trudi Grant, Modern Workplace Lead, Microsoft