Storytelling doesn’t come naturally to everyone, but there’s good news: Storytelling can be learned. While we may not all achieve Shakespeare-level fame, we can learn the skills and tactics that make storied storytellers so great.
Before we jump into tips for telling a compelling story, it’s important to first understand … Read More..
A great headline is arguably the most important part of a presentation. Headlines draw in your audience and preview what your deck is about.
The stats prove it: On average, five times as many people read the headline as read the body copy. When you have written your headline, you … Read More..
‘Twas the night before your presentation, when all through the house…
You’ve created your slides,
And checked them all twice.
But will the points you’re portraying
Seem naughty or nice?
Here are seven tips from Santa’s elves for … Read More..
When it comes to design, it’s all about perspective: How do you look at something? How can you change the way someone looks at something?
If you want to create a deck that stand outs, much less moves a person to change their perspective, it helps to review the principles … Read More..
As presenters we want people to pay attention, be engaged and remember the message. The key to doing that? Science now says it involves storytelling: Stories stimulate emotions, which may be the key to better learning, attention, memory and decision making.
When we listen to stories, more of the brain … Read More..