Story has played a significant role in all cultures but its adoption into professional cultures has been painfully slow. That’s because it’s easier to present a report instead of a well-crafted presentation that incorporates stories.
Presentations are the most persuasive tool available to us in business yet we squander them. This video explains some of the structural differences between a report (what most presentations are) and a story.
By popular demand, we will be hosting an additional presentation of That Resonates With Me!, with Nancy Duarte. This FREE webinar will be held on Thursday, September 30, 2010 from 10 – 11 a.m. PDT. Please click here to register. Thank you so much for your passionate interest in Duarte. Hope you can join us!Continue Reading
If you say “I have an idea for something”, what you really mean is “I want to change the world in some way.” You might not be able to change the entire world, but what is “the world” anyway? It is simply all of the ideas of all our ancestors. Look around you. Your clothes, […]Continue Reading
What you think is a tantalizing blog title, is in reality the titles of two of Nick Morgan’s books. His first book Give Your Speech, Change the World was introduced to me by Mitch Joel. This last year he wrote Trust Me—Four Steps to Authenticity and Charisma. One particular passage he wrote has changed my […]Continue Reading