When your mother sat you on her knee and told you stories, she was communicating in the most powerful way possible. Our brains love stories because they help us make sense of the facts.
In a story not only do things happen, but also there is a reason for things happening.
In your next presentation – whether to investors, shareholders or potential clients, aim to tell the story behind the information:
The stronger your story, the easier it is to be remembered and understood. You can create great presentations by taking the information you want to communicate and turning it into a powerful story that links it all together. The best communicators have learned how to tell good stories.
After all, facts get forgotten. Stories get repeated.
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