Words matter. These are the best Presentation Quotes from famous people such as Phil Elverum, Steve Wynn, Warren Zevon, Crispin Blunt, Anthony Fantano, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
My exposure to independent music was via Nirvana and grunge so I’d never gotten into punk. I don’t really like that music of Crass, but I love the band, and I love their way, and their presentation.
What’s the most fetching thing that provokes people? A volcano? Fountains that dance? A pirate ship that sinks? Some other animated device or presentation? Is that as strong as mystery? Allure, intrigue, is much more powerful… It taunts you.
Recording at home enables one to eliminate the demo stage, and the presentation stage in the studio, too.
I think our leadership is now seized of the fact that we have a problem with the youth vote and it might be an idea to get into an intelligent place, both in policy making and in terms of the presentation of our values around freedom and responsibility.
Despite being an ocean apart, New York’s ESG and France’s Lizzy Mercier Descloux were shooting for roughly the same idea: disco beats with a rough and energetic presentation.
Presentation skills are key. People who work for you represent your brand. You want them to present themselves – and represent you – in a certain way.
I try to deal with the complexities of power and social life, but as far as the visual presentation goes I purposely avoid a high degree of difficulty.
In Grade 2, when we had to do a presentation in front of the class, I’d always do things about Ireland or Italy. I could draw maps; I could name all the capitals: I was completely drawn to other lands. I discovered with time that it’s a thirst for other people, for otherness, for something fascinating and mysterious.
My view of Trump is that, while he has done some extremely noxious things, in general his worst feature, his most authoritarian feature, really is his public presentation.
A lot of the conceptualists and the prestige galleries are debasing themselves in presentations which have little else to them but the presentation.
I came into music because I thought the presentation of poetry wasn’t vibrant enough. So I merged improvised poetry with basic rock chords. That was my original mission.
PowerPoint may not be of any use for you in a presentation, but it may liberate you in another way, an artistic way. Who knows.
I joined the army on my seventeenth birthday, full of the romance of war after having read a lot of World War I British poetry and having seen a lot of post-World War II films. I thought the romantic presentations of war influenced my joining and my presentation of war to my younger siblings.
I want to make my kind of films but make them work commercially, too. When my presentation meets the director’s imagination, the result will be great.
I am still working on patter and presentation.
I think British journalists do well in America because the newspaper culture there is so strong – telling stories and presenting them readably is in their DNA. British newspapers get a terrible rap, but they are brilliant in their presentation, most of them, so full of vitality and literary wit.
The first presentation of my show was given in May, 1883, at Omaha, which I had then chosen as my home. From there we made our first summer tour, visiting practically every important city in the country.
Conservatism is all about surfaces and labels and presentation, and drag says no, we refuse to follow any rules about that.
I haven’t wanted to portray a manager since Paul E. Dangerously was with the Samoan Swat Team in 1989. I’ve always wanted to do some different presentation in that role. I don’t consider myself a manager – I’m an advocate, and I truly believe that that is the description for the role that I play.
A lot of times, when I interact with someone for the first time, I don’t want to see the presentation.
The first thing I wanted to be growing up was a solicitor, because all the people around me needed solicitors! But I never really followed it up. Then I wanted to be a dessert chef because I liked the presentation.
Even one’s own home is a kind of anthology of advertisers, manufacturers, motifs and presentation techniques. There’s nothing ‘natural’ about one’s home these days. The furnishings, the fabrics, the furniture, the appliances, the TV, and all the electronic equipment – we’re living inside commercials.
There’s not a lot of art forms where you can control your presentation and your ideas.
When new cooks come to work for me, they obviously make mistakes at the beginning or there’s some messiness to the presentation. What I always say to them is: ‘If you were cooking this for your mother or your girlfriend, would you make those mistakes?’
I have not labelled ‘Krishna’ as a classical presentation. Nor do I bring in non-classical elements into the traditional repertoire.
Visual presentation of our heritage in glass is needed.
There are many films in which minority groups are caricatured to the point where truth is all together lost. There are many more films, good in general, but untrue in their presentation of the Negro’s life as totally divorced from the Caucasian’s or the Caucasian’s from the Negro.
Digital presentation is just television in public; we’re all just getting together and watching TV without pointing the remote control at the screen.
Gender presentation should reflect the person that you are. When you lose control of your gender presentation, you lose an important aspect of your identity and existence.
The difference between an actor and a star is the budget and the overall presentation of a film.
Anyone can learn a trick, but to make it entertaining, to put a presentation twist on it, and then to take it out there and really amaze people is a whole different ball game. You have to have some kind of a natural ability to do that, I suppose.
As an undergraduate, I studied the Greek and Roman classics, and I went to graduate school in classics intending to work on the presentation of moral issues in various Greek and Roman tragedies.
When you really need help, people will respond. Sincerity means dropping the image facade and showing a willingness to be vulnerable. Tell it the way it is, lumps and all. Don’t worry if your presentation isn’t perfect; ask from your heart. Keep it simple, and people will open up to you.
In many respects I have gone out of my way to avoid the usual approach adopted in crime novels. I have used some techniques that are normally outlawed – the presentation of Mikael Blomkvist, for instance, is based exclusively on the personal case study made by Lisbeth Salander.
People probably think I’m cute because I have dimples and am friendly and always smiling. But beauty is different. In Chinese, people say I have chi ze, which means aura or a strong sense of presentation. It’s not about my look.
I developed a theory that, in many ways, the early ‘Andy Griffith’ episodes especially were an awful lot like a Capra movie. They were a lot like ‘Mr. Deeds’ or a lot like ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ in tone and presentation.
I actually began my career by convincing my parents to let me be an actress when I was 12 with a PowerPoint presentation describing acting and my goals.
You don’t normally do another presentation of All About Eve. You do one All About Eve, and that’s it.
My mode of presentation is short-form video – basically I create fast cut, impassioned ‘idea explainers’ that explode with enthusiasm and intensity as they distill how technology is expanding our sphere of possibility.
We have met the Devil of Information Overload and his impish underlings, the computer virus, the busy signal, the dead link, and the PowerPoint presentation.
Under the spell of the right song, passion is within reach… love is close by… and you are not alone! With such potency, music should be treated with care. The sound, the feel, the presentation… everything! It is a medicine. It is a teacher!
You don’t know what the Chinese expect in the way of beauty. The presentation is just a farce. You come into a room filled with 50 people and they don’t talk to you. There’s very little interaction.
It’s always better to work with a good filmmaker. It makes a lot of difference with the presentation of the film, which matters a lot at the end of the day. But I don’t really concentrate on only big names.
I think people are more savvy about cooking, food and dining. I notice they are looking for more value for their money – not in larger portions but more in terms of healthier, fresh, farm-to-table dishes with a nice presentation.
The lavish presentation appeals to me, and I’ve got to convince the others.
The leading edge in evidence presentation is in science; the leading edge in beauty is in high art.
The streets of New York are entirely man-made and unmistakably that, so you feel as though you’re on some sort of presentation platform whenever you’re out on the streets.
I feel like I’m constantly fighting against my exterior, or this exterior presentation of myself, because of how I look or perhaps because of who I’m with.
Because the mask is your face, the face is a mask, so I’m thinking of the face as a mask because of the way I see faces is coming from an African vision of the mask which is the thing that we carry around with us, it is our presentation, it’s our front, it’s our face.