On the 155th anniversary of what is often considered the greatest speech in US history, the Gettysburg Address, Chainsaw looks at how President Abraham Lincoln's finest two minutes can help you make your speech memorable within the tightest of time constraints.
You've invested time, money, and energy building your brand, telling your story, perfecting your logo. Why cut corners on your presentation deck, when an interested audience is finally right in front of you? Don't make that mistake—read this blog post instead.
This is the "Other Rule of Three." Practice your speech or presentation three times, so your audience will be charmed.
When you decide to give your best presentation yet, begin by making the most of your practice sessions. Here are ten tips to maximize your time and effort.
The language we choose to inspire and motivate is much more nuanced than simply deciding whether to speak in English, Spanish, French or German. In many cases the same word means different things in different countries, or may not even exist.
In the age of being over-connected, yet somehow under-related, we should all view presentations as an invaluable opportunity to enjoy some much needed human interaction.
This article is the first in a three-part series on how you can easily use graphic design principles in PowerPoint
Some of the best public speakers in the world are women, and you may be one of them. This is an era when women are more successful, respected, and sought out for speaking engagements than ever before.