On today's Curious Quotes, Points To Ponder, & Inspiring Insights slide of the day, I resist the temptation to use a photo of a famous person next to a quote and instead choose a cartoon image of Albert Einstein.
Albert Einstein is arguably one of the most recognizable historical figures. There is really no shortage of iconic photographs of him. A quick search of the internet will result in a multitude of images of Einstein with wild, crazy hair. Since he is so recognizable, I wanted to do something different. I found this cartoon image of Einstein that serves as a lighthearted stand-in. I also choose not to use his name since he is so recognizable.
What I like about this quote is that we often view Einstein as the epitome of genius. Yet, he claims that this only comes from his passionate curiosity. There are so many fantastic Einstein quotes that I will most likely be dedicating an entire week to him some time in 2020.
For the slide design, this introduces a favorite feature of mine, the speech bubble! In Keynote this is in the shapes menu. Google Slides calls them Callouts, and I am going to assume that PowerPoint has something similar, but I did not find it with a quick glance. Like many of my previous slides, a black background really helps things stand out on the screen. Be sure to use a font that is bold and fills all of the space that you are giving the quote.