This year, presenters have a myriad amount of tech and gadgets capable of improving their presentation performance at their disposal. We’ve assessed the resources out there and devised this list of 5 products and presentation tools worth looking at in 2017.
When you are looking for an audio immersion, there’s no other place to go than wherever Bose Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones are located. I have a pair myself and I am not overstating anything when I say they are glorious. I can complete my writing and marketing tasks from almost anywhere I desire. And without the fuss of wires.
At Ethos3, we love to read and expand our knowledge of presentation tools and science. In fact, we’ve reviewed nearly 100 books, which can be found on our bookshelf. Here’s a list of 3 books for presenters to add to their collection this year:
Co-written by Ethos3 CEO Scott Schwertly, this book reveals 16 presentation personas that detail specific styles. Find your personal presentation persona by taking the 10-12 minute assessment, then buy the book and find out how you can improve your weaknesses and leverage your strengths!
Brian Tracy outlines the way you and everyone you know can learn to speak confidently. After reading this book, you can walk into any conference room, auditorium, or webinar with your chin up and focus sharp.
One of the main sticking points most Ethos3 clients have is data visualization. Take time during your 2017 to enhance and simplify your important information.
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Two of the best options to consider are CustomShow and Slide Bureau. The Ethos3 team actively utilizes CustomShow – primarily for seamless navigation within information-heavy presentations.
With a price tag of about $80, the Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Computer Mouse works phenomenally for the travelling presenter – as it’s Darkfield laser tracking is functional on just about any surface. It’s compact too. The mouse includes technology that allows you to pair the device to 3 other devices at once.
A professional microphone for under $100, the Shure SM58 Handheld Dynamic Vocal Microphone is the thing of presenter’s dreams. If you have the discretionary funds to do so, get your own microphone to bring to speaking events. And get this one. It provides the consistent and quality sound you desire and will operate well for a long period of time.
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