Narrative

The Power of Speech To Move Us Forward

This morning found me sipping coffee while reading an article in The New York Times by Ed Simon called “In Praise of ...

How Fiction Affects Your Brain

Consider this your permission to get serious about reading fiction. If you are a bookworm like me, you no longer need...

What’s Keeping You From Reaching Your Potential?

A few years ago, I was at a leadership conference and heard Juliet Funt speak. She presented her research on a concep...

How To Be More Self-Aware

According to the Enneagram test, I’m a Type 3 Achiever. That tells me that I’m “the success-oriented, pragmatic type:...

2 Ways to Elevate Your Language

What makes a speaker a speaker? The simple answer is that he or she uses words to convey meaning. We often focus on t...

Using Stories to Shape Narratives

Have you read Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol? Or perhaps you’ve seen one of the many movie adaptations of the pop...

A Better Way to Persuade

“A listener is persuaded if he likes what you promise, fears what you threaten, hates what you censure . . . and so o...

The Simple Question That Can Elevate Your Content

It might seem presumptuous to say that four words can elevate your presentation content, but I believe they can. Thes...

How Parallel Structure Moves Your Audience

“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color...

Making Your Information More Effective

After a presentation, most people will forget about 40% of what they learned within 20 minutes. As a presenter, you a...

3 Ways to Use Stories in Your Next Presentation

Stories are one of the most powerful forms of human connection and communication. Think about how stories are woven a...

Balancing Your Content: Using Logos & Pathos

If you are wondering how to build strong content for your presentation, you might think back to the popular children’...
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