Looking at the title you might be a little bit surprised how Feng Shui and your PowerPoint presentation can be connected? Is it possible at all? And the answer is "yes".Actually Feng Shui is a science that researches human being interaction with everything that surrounds him. Feng Shui tries to make this interaction well-balanced just like you want your presentation to be.You always want a perfect PowerPoint presentation when you start to create one, don't you? It's not that easy: too many aspects are involved. I don't claim to be a PowerPoint or Feng Shui Guru but a few tips that I am going to tell you might be useful for you.Ok, so what does the word "Feng Shui" mean for you? Usually Feng Shui is associated with lots of Eastern cute little things like Chinese coins, huge fans on the walls and toads with coins in their mouth. People think that these things in its magical way can make our lives better and us more healthy, wealthy and much happier.The classic Feng Shui is a very difficult science that is based on ancient Chinese texts and has around 5 thousand years history and knowledge. Feng Shui is a way of life and you need much time to get to know it. One book is not enough.Lets talk about this difficult and complex Feng Shui. I'd like to give you a few basic recommendations that will help you to make your presentation a little better.
Tip #1: For Sales use the design of element EarthIf you create a presentation of a certain product that you would like to sell, it's known that it will be better if you address to each client personally. People are very different, so how can it be possible? Feng Shui advices you to use the design of element Earth in your presentation if you would like to reach lots of people. You may use all color spectrums from yellow to beige and brown. You may also use square and crystal shapes. Earth means stability, confidentiality and reliability.
Tip # 2: Choose a proper color for your business sphereAccording to Feng Shui the entire world can be divided into 5 types of energy. These types were given the symbolical names of the nature's elements: water, wood, fire, earth and metal. Each element is connected with the certain sphere of business and has the color that suits it better. For example, gold and red should be used for restaurants, metal colors for jewelry, etc. It is very important to choose the right color for your presentation depending on the topic and business environment. I think the table below will help you to do it.
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Sure you can not completely rely on the table above since some occupations/businesses can contain several elements inside, so in each concrete case you should carefully analyze the situation.