We all hit a trough (a drop in energy) in our days. Daniel H. Pink’s “When” shares great ideas to circumnavigate it. … More Why push through fatigue? Rest instead.
We can learn much about communicating from Daniel H. Pink’s book on the science behind timing. … More How timing impacts our energy, approach, and messages.
Apply these three easy tips to your persuasive writing for a less resistant (more delighted) audience. … More What’s in it for your reader? Getting your audience to resist less.
Few grammar rules get as bad a rap as the passive voice. Delight your readers by making your writing active. … More Avoid sounding weaselly. Use more active voice.
SSgt Richard Veysey finds Nerf guns, stress balls, and positive reinforcement yields terrific results when coaching Marines on how to present. … More Four Questions: SSgt Richard Veysey
We all love the concept of brilliant public speaking. Yet few of us feel we do it well. Learn tips (and techniques) from those in the know. … More Four Questions: Toral Livingston-Jha
Follow these simple persuasive presentation tips to make your audience more receptive vs. resistant to your ideas. … More Ways to Make Your Presentations Even More Persuasive. (Tricks Politicians and Sales People Already Know.)
Experiment with these tried and tested tips to help move your storytelling to the next level. … More The Struggle To Tell Stories Well: Three Easy Steps
We can feel demoralized when someone hijacks our presentation. Seize back control through these short steps. … More The Cure For Hijacked Presentations
We know data adds substance to our messages, but how to know which data to pick—and where to put it? … More How to Weave In Data In 2019