Many presenters have heard about learning styles and want to know how they can take individual learning styles into account when they present. But the learning styles model has no research that backs it up: “from a neuroscientific point of view [the learning...
Many of my previous posts have been about adding a visual element to your presentations. But you don’t have to do this literally – you can also do it by triggering images in the minds of your audience. I first learnt this about 15 years ago when I was...
The more concrete and specific you make your words, the more persuasive you will be to your audience. The same applies to the pictures you show. Recent research backs this up. Students were given short fictional news stories to read: One story claimed that watching TV...
I’m reading Dan Roam’s great new book Back of the Napkin. It’s led me to explore all the resources on the web for visual thinking. What I’m seeing is that there’s a whole movement out there for visual thinking, infographics etc. But yet...
Got an important presentation coming up and:
You have so much content that you can't figure out what to leave out?
Don't know where to begin your design process?
Worried that your material won't be of value?
Feeling overwhelmed and can't get started?
Can't figure out your theme?
Concerned you won't be engaging? Time is running out?
In this video-training series (plus workbook with transcripts) you’ll learn:
The three things you must know BEFORE you begin to tackle your fear of public speaking
Why the positive-negative thought classification doesn’t work for fear of public speaking
The two powerful self-talk tweaks that can make an immediate difference.
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