Monthly Archives: June 2016

Visuals can increase recall of presentations from 10% up to 70%

Posted on June 28, 2016 in Presentation Tips and Tricks

Visuals can increase recall of presentations from 10% up to 70%.

Did you know that almost 70% of the population are visual learners? Recently I was checking into a hotel and the reception desk told me how to get to the elevator. I turned around and realized I had not remembered anything she said past “go down the hall.” When she saw my confusion, she pulledRead More

3 days of content – ONE POINT is all that mattered

Posted on June 20, 2016 in Presentation Tips and Tricks

3 days of content – ONE POINT is all that mattered

Last weekend I had the absolute pleasure of attending the 20th Speaking Consulting Network’s (SCN) Annual Meeting. The organization, founded by Linda Miles and now owned and run by Lois Banta, is for Speakers, Consultants and Writers in the dental space. Over 150 people eagerly arrived in Santa Fe, NM for a 3-day bonanza of workshops,Read More

3 Tips For Using Color In Your Presentations

Posted on June 6, 2016 in Presentation Tips and Tricks

3 Tips For Using Color In Your Presentations

We all know that first impressions are made not on what we say, but on how we appear. So too it is with our slides. We set the emotional tone right off the bat with the colors we choose.

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Fonts have more influence than you think!

Posted on June 1, 2016 in Presentation Tips and Tricks

Fonts have more influence than you think!

You’ve worked on your presentation for months, carefully crafting the content, practicing the timing, and putting some slides together. You know your idea is well researched and will be a game-changer for your audience and you can’t wait for their reaction!

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