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Xbox One a Serious Business Tool? Nice Try, Microsoft

Microsoft makes a far-fetched pitch to small businesses by calling its new gaming console a presentation tool.

John Patrick Pullen

· 4 min read

3 Simple and Creative Alternatives to Using PowerPoint for Presentations

Consider these options for making creative and inspiring presentations.

Cynthia Boris

· 3 min read

Making Sales Presentations

Not a natural-born sales person? We walk you through the steps to take to succeed at selling.

Entrepreneur Staff

· 8 min read

How to Be a More Charismatic Leader

Some people command attention when they enter a room. Here are five tips for the rest of us.

Gwen Moran

Writer and Author, Specializing in Business and Finance

How to Project Confidence

Four tips to help you appear confident and sell your ideas effectively.

Nadia Goodman

Eyeing an Industry Conference? Here's How to Tackle It

Industry conferences can quickly become a huge expense, so you'd better choose wisely. Here's how to decide which to attend and make the most out of them.

Adam Toren

· 4 min read

This Is Your Brain on Fear (Infographic)

A look at what happens inside your brain when you're afraid.

· 1 min read

6 Tips for Building Better iPad Presentations

The popular tablet can be a useful tool for making presentations on the go. Consider this advice for using it right.

Jonathan Blum

· 4 min read

5 Tips on How to Present Like Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was many things, including a master storyteller. Presenting like he did isn't that difficult. You simply need to create and stick to a particular focus.

Five Strategies for a Winning Sales Presentation

How to put your best pitch forward, win over prospects and make more sales.

Lisa Girard

· 5 min read

Pros and Cons: Google's New Take on Presentations

New functions allow multiple users to build and make changes to business presentations at the same time.

Jonathan Blum

New Tools and Tactics for a Killer Presentation

While some of the traditional technology for presentations continues to change, compelling content and delivery are still key to making an impact on audiences.

Dan O'Shea

· 4 min read