10/20/30 rule of powerpoint

Meet Guy Kawasaki. Guy's a venture capitalist. Which means Guy sees way too many PowerPoint presentations. So he's the perfect person to revive the 10/20/30 rule. In his blog, Guy explains that your presentation should be no more than ten slides, no more than 20 minutes, and use fonts no smaller than 30 points.

This is great advice - regardless of the topic of your presentation. And if you're looking to get some venture capital, he also supplies an outline for your ten slides.

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