Have you hated PowerPoint since forever? We breakdown the history and future of one of the most used, most hated, and most misunderstood business tools.
Do you want your audience talking about your presentation well into the next day? Appeal to the senses. Chainsaw explains how incorporating props can create a lasting impression.
Our brains are wired to process, and remember, images much more efficiently than either the written or spoken word. Experts call this tendency the Picture Superiority Effect, and it’s why we recommend incorporating images—graphs, charts, videos, infographics, even doodles on a whiteboard—into every step of the sales cycle.
“Priming” is the ancient snake-oil sales technique of using subliminal clues to make a potential client more receptive to a new product or idea. Here's how they get inside your head.
Televised debates. In 2015, this quintessentially American tradition finally crossed the pond, and (along with social media) redefined the race to be the UK’s next Prime Minister.
You probably think that those chatty, social, outgoing extroverts are naturally better at giving presentations. That’s not necessarily the case, and we’ve got a few hints for happy introverts who are ready to prove that assumption wrong.
The stories embedded in our human culture are memorable, meaningful, and always ripe for retelling as part of your presentation.