Have you ever sat in a lecture and wondered, “What is he/she talking about?”, or “What am I supposed to do with this information?” There is almost nothing more frustrating than not knowing where someone is going with their topic because we don’t know what’s important or what we are supposed to be remembering.
Last year I worked with a client who had been asked to speak at a conference. He is the owner of a company and was also going to have a booth in the exhibit hall.
Like all forced-choices, when we have to pick one, we imagine how we would feel if just one thing could be accomplished. Which of the choices would make us the happiest? Or would give us the greatest sense of accomplishment?
This year I am writing about S.I.G.N.I.F.I.C.A.N.C.E. Specifically, how can a speaker be significant. Because isn’t that what we ultimately want? Each month, look for my articles that will address one aspect of becoming significant.
I’ve done the research, so you don’t have to. When you design your slides for 2018k here are some things you might keep in mind: