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.
It seems like we all have a hundred things to remember at any given time. Chainsaw understands. We've compiled a list of simple methods for improving recall to help you recall what you need to recall, when you need to recall it.
Have you ever wondered why certain things seem to "stick" in your head? Chainsaw breaks down Long Term Potentiation, and shares tricks to cheat your mind.
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.