Make Your Presentations Resonate With Nancy Duarte

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Episode #232 of Six Pixels of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to.

I frequently Blog about the power of giving an amazing presentation. When I do Blog posts like that, I often cite Nancy Duarte. Along with running one of the most prestigious agencies, Duarte Design, for helping brands to create better presentations, Nancy is also the author of the recently released,Resonate – Present visual stories that transform audiences. She also authored,Slide-ology, and Blogs frequently on the topic. We finally got around to having a conversation about the state of presentations and her latest book. Here it is. Enjoy the conversation… and please excuse some of the Skype weirdness (it only happens once in a while)…

You can grab the latest episode of Six Pixels of Separation here (or feel free to subscribe via iTunes): Six Pixels of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast #232.


  1. It was great hearing the stories that led to Resonate. I am half-way through this big beautiful book and like Nancy Duarte I believe that stories are what we all respond to best. Another great podcast. Thanks.

  2. I had the pleasure of being one of the UK publicity reviewers for Nancy’s book in the UK. All I can say is that it was an absolute pleasure to read, studded with gems!

  3. This was an awesome show, Mitch. I first heard of Nancy on where she explained her work and her philosophy in a short series called Duarte Design: Presentation Design Resonate arrives at my doorstep early next week. I can’t wait to dive in.

  4. Thanks for the lead on a great book!
    I ended up going down the internet rabbit hole researching all I could on Nancy Duarte.
    This holiday break I’ve added “Slide:ology” to my must read list!

  5. Just bought Nancy’s book Resonate from Amazon based on this podcast. Can’t wait for it to arrive. I’ve been thinking about how storytelling and Joseph Campbell’s work relates to marketing and persuasive messages for years, glad to see Nancy Duarte’s done the hard work already for me. Thanks for this episode Mitch.

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