Did you know most people forget what they hear within an hour?
Make your words memorable.
What we know today about how the brain works, and about how people process information, is so dramatically different than what we were taught in school, it’s ridiculous. More importantly, if you look around at every place and situation where you see teaching happening, most of the models we’re exposed to haven’t changed that much either.
So whether it’s information or experience, nothing it helping us grasp the reality of what we know now about how ideas stick.
Which is why I created a multi-part course called Sticky Teaching.
Let me be honest. I’m not telling you I’m the best presenter in the world. I’m not telling you that I’m captivating and motivating and that I make millions from single speeches.
Nope, none of that.
But what I can tell you is that over the last decade, based on the neuroscience that’s available to all of us (if you feel like reading a lot), I’ve developed an understanding about how to shape and deliver content in a way that ensures people will remember it for more than an hour (or even a month).
And if you’ve put in so much time to prepare your content, wouldn’t you want it to stick? Wouldn’t you want others to be talking about it months from now? Sharing it with others?
For me, every time I get on stage, I want to deliver memorable presentations.
Improve your next presentation.
You don’t have to be dynamic. You don’t have to be charismatic. You don’t have to be an incredible storyteller or orator.
But you do need to know how to structure, prepare, and deliver your next talk in a way that it will stick in heads of your audience.
And that’s what I’ve prepared for you.