Quick Tip: Avoid “Absent-minded” Presentations

Let me give you one simple rule that will make your presentations more engaging and more persuasive at the same time.

Most public speakers are very “absent-minded.” I don’t mean that typical presenters are “absentminded,” in the sense that they forget things.  I mean that most speakers talk about people who are “absent.” They use words that put people’s minds on groups and individuals that aren’t in the room. Continue reading Quick Tip: Avoid “Absent-minded” Presentations