A few weeks ago I went for swimming classes It’s not that I can’t swim, but I’ve only ever learned the breaststroke. And if you’re a swimmer, the breaststroke doesn’t get you anywhere in a hurry. And so I went to learn freestyle. Except that’s when I ran into a whole lot of trouble. Why […]
Presentation Techniques: Archives—Psychotactics
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Have you ever been to a primary school play? There they are, all the kids, all keen to play their part. And then one kid forgets his part. He stands there dumbfounded. Unable to speak. Frozen in fear. The words seemingly circulating in his brain somewhere. I was that kid! Except I wasn’t five years […]
Seminars are just information dumps Yes, I don’t mind going to a seminar, but it’s just a newsreel. You then have to go out and do all the hard work. In fact, everything that’s being taught at that seminar could have been downloaded on a PDF file and an audio (if not video). But let’s […]
Let’s say you run a workshop. Or you run a forum. The single biggest problem that most of us have is the factor of participation. So how does participation increase? It’s called the common understanding For example at Psychotactics.com we have a book called The Brain Audit. The Brain Audit has certain parameters. And details. […]
Twas the night before the presentation. Fear filled the room. What if I look like an idiot? What if I don’t get the message across like I want to? What if, indeed! Giving a presentation or a speech or ahem…a teleclass need not be intimidating. And contrary to what most people may tell you, structure […]
Put on some Bach, Beethoven or Chopin. And listen to the music. What do you hear? You hear variation. The music races madly ahead. Then it stops. It goes softer, then louder. Then at a normal volume once again. And variation isn’t just restricted to classical music. It’s pretty much everywhere you look. In cartoons, […]
I am resending this email in case you missed it on Tuesday For the past year (and a bit) I’ve been working on an incredibly interesting project. It’s a series of books on Presentations. So notice one thing: It’s not a single book. It’s a series. Three whole books. Three whole audio-books as well. Announcing: […]
For the past year (and a bit) I’ve been working on a incredibly interesting project. It’s a series of books on Presentations. So notice one thing: It’s not a single book. It’s a series. Three whole books. Three whole audio-books as well. Announcing: How To Create Black Belt Presentations And now the books and audio […]
The most interesting word in the sentence is “pay”. Or rather payback. Why would you put in time, money and effort without a clear payback? And yet most people have not a clue what this payback could be For me it was about confidence. When I first started out in business I saw myself as […]
Do you quickly want to get the attention of your customers when you’re speaking? Well, here’s a quick method to do so. It’s called ‘put in a number.’ Because numbers add a bucket load of curiosity. So what’s a number? A number is a figure. Like 23% Or 55 people. Or $7 million. Numbers attract. […]