How to Remember a Speech or a Presentation? The Memory Palace Technique

Would you like to learn how to memorize your presentations or speeches? Try a simple and effective technique – the Memory Palace. It will help you primarily in memorizing the sequence of various topics and the structure of your presentation. The history of the Memory Palace technique dates back to …

What is storytelling? Showmanship or just regular communication tool?

“When conducting a presentation training recently, I heard: ‘Storytelling is for showmen.’ And further: ‘We are not showmen. We don’t have the skills to effortlessly share anecdotes, evoke emotions.’ A participant expressed what many people think – that storytelling is for extroverts. Storytelling is for those who enjoy shining in …

Copilot in PowerPoint: Unveiling the AI Magic in Microsoft’s Office Suite

In my latest YouTube video, I’ve delved into the fascinating realm of Copilot, Microsoft’s AI assistant recently unleashed for both business and home users. Today, I want to give you a sneak peek into my journey with Copilot in PowerPoint, sharing my initial impressions and discoveries.   As I fired …

How to be a Great Communicator. “The Bezos Blueprint” by Carmine Gallo. The Book Review

Carmine Gallo’s new book, “The Bezos Blueprint: Communication Secrets of the World’s Greatest Salesman,” is a must-read for anyone interested in business communication. The book about Bezos stands a chance of becoming a classic, much like one of the author’s first books, “The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs”.   Gallo’s …

7 Steps to Making Your Presentations More Memorable

In every professional’s career, there are instances where they must present information to an audience. However, it’s all too common to see attendees distracted or unengaged. To address this, here are seven principles, illustrated with examples, to make your presentations more memorable.   1. Tell a Story Stories are potent …

Communication based on DISC behavior styles

Communication based on DISC behavior styles involves understanding the characteristics and preferences that guide other people to adjust your approach to them. All individuals have their unique behavior styles that affect how they think, act, and communicate with others.   The DISC behavior styles formula was developed by American psychologist …