Wednesday, September 22, 2010

COMING SOON: How to Draw Your Message, Wayne Kronz

Don’t Miss This Seminar!

If we had an accurate picture of the findings of clinical psychologists and cognitive learning specialist, we would all put much more effort into the visual aids we use in our presentations.

Albert Mehrabian showed us that 93% of all communication is nonverbal. His research is well documented, but seldom attended to.

The 3M Corporation insists that we process visuals 60,000 times faster than text.

This information is huge. Yet we continue to put 50-slide PowerPoint shows together (that are essentially text) every day.

If you’ve been following this blog at all, you know that I use PowerPoint all of the time. I use it for quotation slideshows, entertainment slideshows and as a model building tool. For these tasks, it can’t be beat! I love it!

(And there are other things that PPT does well.)

But don’t expect people to learn much from your fifty-slide dream-makers.

This is why I spend lots of time building process models and method maps. Or, as I prefer to call them, Theme Models.

In a few weeks I am going to make available to you the complete home study course, How to Draw Your Message for Fun and Huge Profit.

It is based on the actual visual aids used by the very best speakers and presenters in the world. (Up front experts like Chris Anderson, Jim Collins, Seth Godin, Guy Kawasaki, Robert Kiyosaki and Patricia Seybold, to name only a few.)

Plus, the latest research on the design and use of visual aids in public speaking, like the two references listed above. (And there is a lot more convincing research packages out there beyond the two listed here.)

Keep an eye on this blog and begin to tell everyone you know who speaks in public about this upcoming, career-changing, course, How to Draw Your Message for Fun and Huge Profit.

Thank You!


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