Do you WANT to UNDERSTAND the SCIENCE of EFFECTIVE STORYTELLING?You have landed at the right place..

The Storyteller’s Secret is the third book of Carmine Gallo that I have read after Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs, Talk like TED.Like the first two, I have found this equally fascinating. This book is a must read for those who are looking to overcome stage fright , public speaking as well as those whoContinue reading “Do you WANT to UNDERSTAND the SCIENCE of EFFECTIVE STORYTELLING?You have landed at the right place..”

Does the “POWERPOINT TEMPLATE to CHOOSE”, bother you more than anything else?Surely you are missing out on a trick..

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Carmine Gallo “Plan in Analog — spend time in analog before jumping to digital”

Do you want to GIVE your HEART OUT for your next presentation?This is where your FOCUS should be on..

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Carmine Gallo “It’s just about being you and being cool with that. And I think when you’re authentic, you end up following your heart, and you put yourself in places and situations and conversations that you love and that you enjoy. You meet people that you likeContinue reading “Do you want to GIVE your HEART OUT for your next presentation?This is where your FOCUS should be on..”

Are you having problem with your STORYTELLING?The BEST of the BEST stick to these THREE types..

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Carmine Gallo “Inspiring communicators and the best TED presenters stick to one of three types of stories. The first are personal stories that relate directly to the theme of the conversation or presentation; second are stories about other people who have learned a lesson the audience canContinue reading “Are you having problem with your STORYTELLING?The BEST of the BEST stick to these THREE types..”

Are you LOSING SLEEP in trying to challenge the STATUS QUO?Don’t lose hope,happens to the BEST of LEADERS..

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Carmine Gallo “Leaders are fascinated by the future. You are a leader if, and only if, you are restless for change, impatient for progress, and deeply dissatisfied with the status quo.”

Are you STRUGGLING to ENGAGE your AUDIENCE with your PRESENTATIONS?This is the TIP you are looking for..

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Carmine Gallo “It takes courage to reduce the number of the slides in a presentation. It takes courage to speak for 18 minutes instead of rambling on for much longer. Leonardo da Vinci once said, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”

Do you WANT to learn GREAT STORYTELLING from the BEST TED Presenters?Watch out for these THREE patterns..

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Carmine Gallo “Inspiring communicators and the best TED presenters stick to one of three types of stories. The first are personal stories that relate directly to the theme of the conversation or presentation; second are stories about other people who have learned a lesson the audience canContinue reading “Do you WANT to learn GREAT STORYTELLING from the BEST TED Presenters?Watch out for these THREE patterns..”

Are you PREPARING for a MAJOR presentation ?This is how COMPELLING presentations are planned..

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Carmine Gallo “Plan in Analog — spend time in analog before jumping to digital”

Are you consistently FAILING to INSPIRE your TEAM?Educate your mind on PASSION CONTAGION..

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Carmine Gallo “Science shows that passion is contagious, literally. You cannot inspire others unless you are inspired yourself. You stand a much greater chance of persuading and inspiring your listeners if you express an enthusiastic, passionate, and meaningful connection to your topic.”

Are you new to PUBLIC SPEAKING and STORY-TELLING?Have you heard of the 18-minute-rule , yet?

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Carmine Gallo “The 18-minute rule isn’t simply a good exercise to learn discipline. It’s critical to avoid overloading your audience. Remember, constrained presentations require more creativity.”