"We're on the same page."
"Are you riding this wavelength?"
"Now you're speaking my language."
"I'm smellin' what you're steppin' in."
It's not an impossible dream. In fact, it's quite simple to write a great presentation outline.
Research conducted by Stanford University has proven that audiences are 40% more likely to retain information accurately when it's presented with structure, as opposed to free-form.
While there are many ways to create structure, our clients find asking these 3 questions can take presentations from random and scattered to resonant and incredibly sticky.
Many of our clients ask us for shortcuts to improving their presentation presence. We're going to get real with you here: not happening. When it comes to learning how to be a persuasive presenter and storyteller, there are NO shortcuts.