J.T. O'Donnell

J.T. O'Donnell
J.T. O'DonnellName: J.T. O'Donnell Twitter:@jtodonnellLinkedIn:/in/jtodonnellPersonal Website/Blog:www.jtodonnell.comBio: J.T. is a career strategist and workplace consultant who works with both individuals and corporations helping them make 'work' something to look forward to. She is the founder of CAREEREALISM.com (this site!) and is the author of a book by the same name. She is is also the co-author of the largest nationally syndicated career advice column in the country, "J.T. & Dale Talk Jobs." What's your favorite career related quote?"If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always gotten." (Unknown) What's your favorite part about being a CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert? Using technology to help people in real-time. I love that we give collective answers that help the reader get a comprehensive idea of what to do. Articles written by this expert:3 Strategic + 3 Tactical = 6 Ways to Increase the Chances You’ll Get Hired10 Things Recruiters Won’t Tell You (But I Will)Can You Handle the Truth? 10 Tips About Careers (That No One Ever Tells You!)What that Job Description REALLY MeansCareer Truth #1: Brand or Be Branded (Are YOU Willing to Risk What Shows on the Top Fold?)The New Career “Normal” = Get RecklessGifts vs. Favors: Why One is POWER & Other is POISON to Your CareerWhat Shopping Habits Say About a Job Seeker10 Ways to Tell if Your Job Search is a JokeUnder Pressure: Who’s Most Stressed in Job Search & How You Can Be a Career HeroYIKES! Why it’s Tough to Be a Campus Career Center TodayHow Corporate America Can Win Back Employee Trust5 Alternatives to Pulling a Stephen Slater2 Tips to Being More ReferableJob Search? Better Think Location, Location, Location!2 Reasons We’re Afraid to Ask for Career Help8 Career Blogs I Read Regularly and WhyLike, InShare or Tweet: Which is Right for Your Personal Brand?Is Your Company’s Personality Showing it’s Ugly Side?4 Ways to Tell if You’re Nobody to ManagementConan O’Brien: 8 Tips for Surviving a Near-death Career Experience10 Secrets to Control Your Boss3 Employment ‘Bad Boys’ to Avoid2 Qualities Your Business-of-One NeedsWhat’s More Powerful than Willpower?
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PowerPoint – the “stirrups” of presentations

Some people say that stirrups took the skill out of horse riding. Stirrups made it too easy for riders to stay on their horses.

PowerPoint is thought to have done the same for presentations. By organizing your ideas, thoughts, and information in a series of slides, meetings start to look the same.

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