Saint John, New Brunswick (PRWEB) May 21, 2008
The most persuasive people are the ones that get ahead. Persuasive presentations mean more sales, more personal power, more money.
The problem is that most PowerPoint presentations are dreary, weary and fatiguing. And the reason can be summed up with one common phrase - "monkey see - monkey do." Because most business people haven't studied what makes for a persuasive presentation, they copy what they see. And most of the time, that's a poorly packaged PowerPoint presentation.
Instead, presenters should be learning from professionals with power, such as Steve Jobs and Al Gore. They're enthusiastic. They're persuasive. And their presentations are powerful.
The main reason these presentations succeed when others fail is that Jobs and Gore plan for emotional appeal. Unlike most business presenters who prepare but fail to plan. Which means their audiences can plan on being bored.
Profound Backgrounds has created no-cost PowerPoint backgrounds that will help stamp out PowerPoint boredom. Their PowerPoint backgrounds stimulate the audience's emotions - without coming across as too "touchy-feely." Famous quotations are merged with compelling photographs to create background images that business presenters can insert into their presentations to create an emotional response from their audience.
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Free PowerPoint Backgrounds:
You can download free PowerPoint backgrounds for your business presentations at http://www.profoundbackgrounds.com. These images are also suitable as computer wallpapers to help inspire and motivate the viewer.