“We have to present in a conference – we need a good business presentation.”
“We have a meeting with a very important potential client.”
“Another Board Meeting is coming soon. Is it going to be as fruitless as allways?”
“A new process needs to be implemented in the organization…”
Each of these scenarios entails a project that requires precious time and resources.
Whenever there is a conference, a meeting with an important potential client, a board meeting, a big tender, an important visit, implementation of new procedures – or any of these important tasks – you, as CEO or any other C level, have a million other things to do. Somehow, you’ll get to the presentation at some point or another. Someone must prepare it.
Yet, we tend to postpone the preparation of the presentation because on one hand it seems simple – and on the other, we just tend to procrastinate, without even knowing exactly why.
Usually, it happens because we don’t know where to start, what we want to say, who’s going to present it, what needs to be shown, what type of presentation we’re going to create … do we even need a presentation?
So many questions that need answers. So easy to just think of them tomorrow…. As the days go by, the preparation of the presentation becomes more urgent, and this is when the element of time comes in.
I Understand that crafting a good business presentation is a serious project and I treat it accordingly.