Where did 2018 go? It is hard to believe that 2018 will be history in a short 25 days.
2018 was a great year for me. My net business profit increased by 46%. My first book will be published in September 2019 (with a second book available in the spring of 2020). I have spent more fun time with my wife Karen and our 6 (almost 7!) grandkids than ever. And I am having more fun than I deserve! Each of these started as a goal set at the beginning of 2018.
It was my best year ever. What about you? How many of your 2018 goals were you able to see completed?
Achieving these goals would not have been possible without a system. For the last few years, I have taken time in early January to review the past year and think about what I want to accomplish by the end of the coming year. It is hard and at the same time a rewarding process.
Traditional Goal Setting Doesn’t Work
Thinking about what I want to achieve in the new year and strategizing on how to get there is deceptively tricky.
“The World Through the Eyes of an Insurance Account Manager (Featuring Melissa Wilder) – Episode 037” by Steve Anderson and Ryan Deeds
PowerPoint has been used as a presentation tool in business meetings for a very long time. It’s a powerful tool that seldom gets used effectively. I have used PowerPoint to create hundreds of presentations that I hope will engage the audience both visually and emotionally.
Unfortunately, a PowerPoint presentation is all too often dull, but transitions and animations can help provide a more interesting visual component to any presentation. I have recently discovered a new transition included in the Office 365 version of PowerPoint that makes creating object transitions easier than ever.
Enter the PowerPoint Morph Transition
The morph transition is a more manageable and automated way to move objects, so they appear to be floating across your screen. Other transition types have been around a long time that allow you to do similar things with objects. With the morph transition, you don’t have to be a PowerPoint expert to create more engaging visuals.
“How To Have A Nightmare-Free Document Management Operation – Episode 036” by Steve Anderson and Ryan Deeds