“The aspect ratio is off.”
Said no one in your audience, ever.
They probably aren’t sitting there thinking, the aspect ratio is off, I don’t like this guy.
But they might be sitting there thinking, I don’t know what it is, but something is off. Maybe it’s the color of his tie or something.
The customer has a weird feeling. They can’t quite put their finger on it, but something feels weird.
And so the end result is the same. They go with someone who doesn’t give them that weird feeling.
Fixing those problems is easy. But it takes years to learn how to make it easy.
You have better things to do with your time than fix aspect ratios. Build bridges, for example. So you go build bridges, and we’ll fix the aspect ratios.
In this episode of The White Rabbit podcast... https://open.spotify.com/episode/1cn5bJITDjfxZBOjUeJoSE?si=708e2514c8354bef ...Alper makes an interesting point, that the value of a presentation is not in convincing people to support you, it's in reassuring your...