I recently had the opportunity to work with an architectural firm on what most people might call presentation skills. I love doing that kind of work, but I always hesitate when the opportunity first presents itself. Why? Because most people don’t need presentation skills training. They think they do. They think that if they just knew what to do with their slides, notes and moveable body parts their presentation problems would be solved. Not necessarily; not in my experience. You see, there are three parts to any message you want to communicate: 1. Content: what you’re going to say. 2…..