When a projector is out of focus, the images on the screen are fuzzy, leaving the viewer uncertain as to what he is actually seeing. His mind darts from blur to blur trying to make sense of the shapes on the screen.
But once the projector is in focus and the images emerge crisply, the viewer feels a sense of relief.
The same holds true for the content in the beginning of a speech or presentation. No one likes to sit in a meeting room ...More →