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A picture say a 1000 words but allows to remember 55% more information than words alone!

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This inspiring presentation by Carmine Gallo discusses how to inspire people in a presentation. It points out that your audience is likely to retain 10% of information delivered verbally. If you add a picture, retention jumps to 65%!

The main point is that the way you present your data is important. Tell a story.

Make sure that your presentation has the following elements:

  • Understandable
  • Memorable
  • Emotional

Once you get all three, it is where inspiration occurs. And when you finally have your narrative that is inspiring, draw a picture so that people remember it.
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Inspire Presentation Elements

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To get the most our of each and every employee requires effective communication from the leadership team.  This article explores how to reinforce your expectations using company culture amongst other techniques to help your team to truly understand your vision and consistency execute on the mission.


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My Spirit Crustacean

Some people have spirit animals, I have not found that yet but I have found my spirit crustacean, the Mantis Shrimp!!!

Here is a True Facts about The Mantis Shrimp:

“The Mantis Shrimp is a living fossil of the prehistoric clown.”
“…And just like the modern cloud the Mantis Shrimp has a psychopathic killing instinct.”
“If you’re afraid of clowns stay afraid stay very afraid!”

More Facts:
http://theoatmeal.com/comics/mantis_shrimp
and blood soaked rainbows!

Happy Independence Day everyone!

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I speak a lot about intent. Intent is the difference from sustainability and volatility. Why would business leader let something so important as culture be left to happenstance when the right culture makes a work environment more productive and efficient for everyone involved? Here is a great article discussing the value of culture.