One Proven Method To Avoid Annoying, Irritating, And Losing Your Audience

One Proven Method To Avoid Annoying, Irritating, And Losing Your Audience

  In a recent post, we discussed the most important part of a presentation.  There are several key elements, but by far the most important is: The thoughts and feelings of the audience listening to you. If you missed that post, you can read it: CLICK HERE  The...

Why Audiences Ignore And Quickly Forget Your Personal Story

I was listening to an interview featuring a Hall of Fame speaker. She said something that on the surface sounded harsh. But, as a storytelling coach I agreed with. She said: “Quit thinking that anyone cares about your personal story.” The idea of sharing of your...

What Your Audience Really Wants — And How To Leave Them On A High

(This is the last post in our storytelling Brain CODE series. If you missed the post about the importance of creating stress in your story, you can read it by CLICKING HERE) It’s good to create tension in your listener. It’s NOT OK to leave them feeling that way by...
Earn Trust With One Simple Step In Your Story

Earn Trust With One Simple Step In Your Story

  (This is the second of four posts about quickly gaining buy-in to your message. If you missed the first post, click here) You’ve opened your story and your audience is leaning in to hear more. You’ve created tension and the cortisol is pumping through...
Why Stress Helps Your Story – And Is Good For Your Audience

Why Stress Helps Your Story – And Is Good For Your Audience

In a previous post, we talked about tapping into the Brain CODE. This enables you to develop a quicker and deeper connection with your audience. If you missed that post, you can read it if you click here. Now it’s time to take a deeper dive into the CODE....