Mental Pictures

January 5, 2010

Telling stories which your audience can associate with and where they can create a mental picture of the story is a great way of gaining buy in to your presentation. 

When the story is a personal anecdote then it’s even better as people are usually much better at telling stories from personal experience.  People tend to put more emotion into such a story and can bring it to life. This makes it more interesting for you audience.  By sharing a piece of yourself, through retelling a personal story, the audience will gain a better understanding of you and will become more involved. They will trust you more, which all helps in gaining their approval and commitment to your objective.

Presentation Training and Coaching is available from the author of this blog. Please visit my presentation training  website.

Give me a day and I’ll change your presentations, forever


Mental Pictures

January 5, 2010

Telling stories which your audience can associate with and where they can create a mental picture of the story is a great way of gaining buy in to your presentation. 

When the story is a personal anecdote then it’s even better as people are usually much better at telling stories from personal experience.  People tend to put more emotion into such a story and can bring it to life. This makes it more interesting for you audience.  By sharing a piece of yourself, through retelling a personal story, the audience will gain a better understanding of you and will become more involved. They will trust you more, which all helps in gaining their approval and commitment to your objective.

Presentation Training and Coaching is available from the author of this blog. Please visit my presentation training  website.

Give me a day and I’ll change your presentations, forever