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Visual Storytelling: Secret Ways To Look Great.
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Look…visual storytelling is hot. Entrepreneurs, smart business leaders and world-class organizations are using stories. Stories attract attention, build emotional connection, and inspire brand loyalty.
But what if you aren’t a charismatic presenter? What if you aren’t good in front of people? The good news is: you can learn how to look great, feel great and be great at visual storytelling.
Use these 7 secret ways to look great and feel great in front of any crowd.
1. Be Authentic.
Be yourself. When you speak naturally, people respond. According to experts over 93% of your message is communicated with body language and tone. Your audience instantly recognizes when you are authentic.
2. Connect Fast.
Most professionals are crazy-busy with short attention spans. To reach people immediately, you must gain attention fast. Tell and show your story. Get ideas across in the first 8-15 seconds. Not sure how? Discover the power of visual storytelling.
3. Easy To Understand.
Make your story easy to understand. It’s easy to share powerful stories when you have step-by-step blueprints, fast tutorials, and an expert to show you the ropes.
4. Get Personal.
Your personal experience counts. Share anecdotes and real stories from your own life. By opening up, you’ll connect with your audience. They’ll know that you truly understand their challenges and goals.
5. Have Fun.
Let’s face it. When you’re having a good time with visual storytelling, everyone feels it. Lighten up serious conversations. Share your passion. While you may work in a very formal environment, there’s always a way to add energy and excitement to your presentation.
6. Keep It Simple.
The best stories are simple and easy to understand. When you share a simple story that everyone understands, expect faster buy-in, faster decisions, and faster results.
7. Show And Tell.
Research shows that 65-80% of the population learn visually and make decisions based on visuals. This is why people often say: “Draw me a picture.” When you show a quick sketch, it’s easy for people to understand what you mean.
If your visual story meets these 7 critical rules, chances are it will meet with success. But naturally, there is a bit more to learn if you want to guarantee a home run. If you are serious about winning results in your presentations, click here.
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