Download Blank Page to First Draft in 15 Minutes: The Most Effective by Phillip Khan-Panni PDF

By Phillip Khan-Panni

ISBN-10: 1857037308

ISBN-13: 9781857037302

The book’s underlying goal is that will help you prepare
quickly, but produce displays that might interact the
attention and curiosity of listeners.

With a bit perform, it is possible for you to to use the
techniques during this ebook to move from clean web page to a usable
first draft in approximately 15 minutes.

It might actually help you to talk in public with no worry, and
in a fashion that makes others are looking to pay attention.

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6 What are you expert in? 7 What one thing is identified with you/you with it? 8 What do you want to improve? 9 What do you want people to know? Filter the facts. 10 What can they do with it? 11 What makes you really angry? ’ 13 What qualifies you? 14 Ask yourself: who are you? What are your credentials? 15 Defined by physical characteristics/occupation/skills/expertise/belief? 16 Who is your (intended) audience? 17 The audience’s expectations? 18 Can you be amusing? 19 Be a meaningful specific, not wandering generality (Ziglar).

2 What makes me an expert on the subject? 3 Why do I want to tell them whatever it is that I propose to say? 4 How is it relevant to the audience? 5 What are their expectations? 6 What would be the result if they ignored what I said, and do I care? G. ’ So what’s your Nangle? Simply to present your facts straight up can be very boring, and not much better than presenting it in writing. If all you communicate is facts, why not allow your listeners to read the research for themselves and make up their own minds on the meaning of the information?

Who else was there ... who introduced you ... the sound of the voice of the person doing the introduction ... your first impression of the person you met ... Those are all associations. Trying to remember the name directly often doesn’t work, so we need to approach it indirectly, by thinking of the circumstances associated with receiving the person’s name. If that doesn’t work, it’s best to stop trying and think of something else. Suddenly the name appears! Something similar is at work when we brainstorm.

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