The easiest way to make your speeches and presentations powerful and memorable is to emulate the greatest speakers – use lots of imagery to make your key points.
In the first post of this three-part series we looked at the research that demonstrates the power of imagery in presentations. In the second post you read how to spice up your presentations in “6 ways of lighting up your talks and speeches with imagery”. In this final post we’ll look at how to go about injecting imagery into your presentations. Continue reading “HOW TO USE IMAGES IN PRESENTATIONS” »
Writing a book will enhance your career prospects and dramatically enhance your personal brand.
This is the last in an 8-post series on how to write a book – without putting your life on hold.
If you’ve stumbled across this post without reading the previous posts, I’d strongly suggest you check out the first seven posts in the series on how to write a book – starting with the introduction to the series.
Here are the last three steps in the process I have used to write my own books: Continue reading “HOW TO WRITE A BOOK TO ENHANCE YOUR PERSONAL BRAND – STEP 8” »
You want to know how to write a book that will improve your personal brand and accelerate your career – here’s step 7 of a simple process to do just that.
If you’ve worked your way from the first post in this series then you’ve taken your book all the way from a series of ideas flying around in your head to a solid reality on the walls of your ‘War Room’ , and from there to a fully polished outline in your word processor. If you’re coming to this series for the first time I recommend you read the ‘Introduction’ first.
With the outline complete you are now ready to start fleshing out your outline with the book content – it’s time to start writing! Continue reading “WRITE A BOOK TO ENHANCE YOUR PERSONAL BRAND – STEP 7” »
Want to know how to write a book that will raise your profile and give your career a serious boost?
This is the sixth post in this series. If you haven’t already done so I suggest you read the first five posts from the introduction on how to write a book.
In completing Step 4, ‘Refining Your Book’, you ended up with your book’s structure clearly laid out on your War Room walls – that was your last formal planning step. Step 5 is the first step in actually writing your book’s content. Continue reading “HOW TO A WRITE BOOK TO ENHANCE YOUR PERSONAL BRAND – STEP 5” »
MailChimp, my mail supplier, dropped the ball and broke some of their code – I’m assuming it affected tens of thousands of subscribers. But they did such a job of handling their minor ‘Fontpocalypse’ that it’s worth a serious look.
I’m assuming that each of subscriber like me got the same message – which is an objective lesson in dealing with it properly when you screw things up royally. Continue reading “HOW TO DEAL WITH A SCREW UP” »