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1. Use familiar and easy-to-follow words and short sentences. Use language that is straight-forward.
2. Repeat key words and phrases.
3. Leverage transitions. Make sure they connect what you just said with what you’re about to say.
4. Stick to a clear pattern of organization. This helps the audience retain information.
5. Aim for audience interaction.
6. Avoid jargon, unless it’s known to be familiar to the audience.READ ON
To listen click below. What I want to know is how Hermes charges more than $70k for a ridiculous foosball table. And manages to sell them at full price. It doesn’t play for you and it doesn’t make cappuccino. The cost of materials is not that much higher than for a $1000 version. Who would pay […]READ ON
Your success results from your conversations. Through conversations you sell your ideas, spread your influence, move things forward. And now, you’re not even in the same room with the people you’re talking to. Especially during this time of social distancing, each conversation is an opportunity. That means it’s your chance to get clarity, to build […]READ ON
You can actually make your world better right now by choosing different words to describe it. Yes, it’s true. If you want a different outcome, ask a different question. That’s how real change happens. You also influence your outcomes by the way you answer questions. For example, the next time someone asks how you’re doing, answer with […]READ ON