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Great books and movies often rely on a villain and a hero. An applause-worthy presentation should do the same. In a movie the villain, or antagonist, is the bad guy who's up to no good. Enter the hero, the protagonist, to make the world safe again. In a presentation, the role of the antagonist can be played by either a direct competitor or a problem in need of a solution. Your brand, product, company, or solution can play the protagonist. The key difference between a book or movie and a presentation is when the villain's identity is revealed. The other night I watched The Bone Collector , with Denzel Washington. It ...
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