In this special guest series, Brett Reisman presents ways to get your message through to millennials.
Millennials like me were raised in the digital age. It’s fast. The new currency of engagement is measured in likes, views, retweets, comments, and time spent on-site. Netflix and DVR castrated television. Read more [...]
You save lives. Thanks, OSHA, for inviting me to speak to your 2016 OSHA CONSTRUCTION SAFETY AND HEALTH CONFERENCE. I loved sharing how to communicate your vital information with even more clarity.
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Mark Twain once said, “It takes me a good two weeks to prepare for an impromptu speech.” As I conclude this 7-part series on how to think on your feet (all the blogs are really short!), here’s the overall answer: By using categories, your listeners will have a better chance of remembering your Read more [...]
Thinking On Your Feet Tip #6
Use the point-of-view method. Discuss your topic from various points of view; such as, your marketing department, your financial department, and your customers’ desires. Or, the point of view from your boss, your team, and your competitor. Or, on a personal front if Read more [...]
Thinking On Your Feet Tip #5
State your reply using a geographic model. Depending on your subject, your thoughts might sound more organized if you categorize by state, region, or country. Examples include sales data, company growth comparisons, or expansion plans. Then give a summary sentence.
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