Eye Contact

The easiest, most powerful way to get the audience’s attention is to look at them. Eye contact is fundamental. Even very young babies are hard-wired to pay more attention to people looking [...]

One Point

As Bill Clinton’s advisors told him, “If you say three things, you say nothing”. One of the easiest mistakes to make in giving a presentation is to include too many things. Easy because preparing [...]


People are 22 times more likely to remember a story than a set of unconnected facts. Jerome Bruner There is a reason that the Bible is filled with stories. We process stories effortlessly and can [...]