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Top 5 Things Not to Do During a Telecom Business Presentation

Would you consider pulling any of the following stunts if you thought you could get away with it?

Jessica DiGiacinto

December 11, 2013

5 Slides

Ah, presentations. A necessary evil in the telecom world, whether you're hawking your startup product, coddling clients, trying to impress the boss, or pitching investors, any gathering that involves standing in front of an expectant group with a PowerPoint at the ready will fill your armpits with sweat and your brow with lines.

It's during such meetings that many of us may find ourselves imagining the things we wish we could do or say. Wouldn't it be nice if I could launch this product at my rival's smug face? you might wonder. Would anyone notice if I just skipped to the summary and dropped 80% of what I was supposed to say? you might ask yourself.

As tempting as it might be -- unless you're looking to spend more time with your family -- it's probably best to never do the things you think in your darkest, caffeine-deprived moments. Especially if you've ever dreamed of doing any of the following...

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Figure 1: Red Scare 'Em Loudly and enthusiastically shout 'What's up my fellow telecommunists!?' as you walk into the conference room.
Loudly and enthusiastically shout "What's up my fellow telecommunists!?"
as you walk into the conference room.

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