You want to capture your audience. You want to make a difference. You want to give your presentation without throwing up.
Then don’t make these three most common presentation mistakes.
Too much stuff on your visuals.
Yesterday I worked with an executive on a presentation he is Read more [...]
Don’t eat this candy. Pretty disgusting stuff. But learn from this candy. Rather than gain weight, you can gain three powerful communication strategies from the messaging on these sugary hearts.
CANDY HEART COMMUNICATION STRATEGY #1: Keep it short.
Be as concise as you can when you speak. Read more [...]
Hard to recall your second kiss, your third car, or your fourth trip.
But you DO remember your first … kiss, car, fill in the blank.
That’s because it happened first!
To give a compelling presentation – have a killer opening.
Do NOT begin with, “Good morning. My name is Karen Cortell Read more [...]
The Study: In 2014 researchers studied the role of communication when treating chronic pack pain. Half the patients received mild electrical stimulation. The other half received a placebo treatment.
The study gets more interesting --- each group was subdivided in half. One half received limited conversation Read more [...]
You’re probably asking, “What’s the Anaphora Effect?”
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.’s American federal holiday marking his birthday, celebrated yesterday, I want to blog about one of the genius components of his famous “I Have a Dream” speech delivered in 1963 during the March on Read more [...]