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Article by Graham in London's City A.M.
Read Graham’s article in CITY A.M. newspaper.
Four great public speaking secrets from his new book to help you plan and perform at your best!
‘The Speaker’s Coach: 60 secrets to make your talk, speech or presentation amazing’ Published by Pearson and available on Amazon.
I spend a lot of time coaching speakers and especially business leaders who need to give convincing talks.
They are often speaking to groups comprising different types of people with a corresponding wide range of concerns.
Not surprisingly one of their most common questions is;
– “How can I pitch my presentation to appeal everyone in an audience?”
If you want to boost your ability to recall information then get sketching!
Latest research shows that drawing is a brilliant way to boost your chances of remembering.
This is great news if you need to revise a topic, or memorise information because even a simple sketch will do the trick.
It is not always easy to get the full attention of everyone when presenting. People have a lot on their minds and their attention often wavers.This can be a problem especially at the start when you really need to hook them onto your topic.
How about if you could grab attention instantly every time?
Why draw your ideas when presenting?
There is a world of difference between simply presenting pre-prepared images and drawing ‘live’ as you speak.
- People love to see a picture emerge from a blank sheet.
- You will capture attention as you speak and draw.
- A picture is worth a thousand words – they will remember your pictures!