A picture is worth a thousand words, so loading your presentation with lots of slides is a great idea … said no one ever. Visuals have been jazzing up speeches and presentations since the introduction of various software programs in the 1980s, most notably PowerPoint in 1987. Even further back, a generation before computers streamlined […]
“Okay, everyone. As we get started, let’s get to know each other! Turn to the person sitting beside you and find 3 things you have in common!” If you’re like me, you’ve been in this scene time and again. Icebreakers are supposed to be fun, lighthearted conversations or games to get people talking at the
“Can I ask you a question?” Kirsten’s refined her long experience into 5 types of questions that all speakers get. She has advice on answering, too.
Planner or pantser? The phrase describes how authors deal with the uncertainty of writing. It’s also useful for public speaking and performance.