The Neuroscience Of Storytelling (For Presentations)

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Because stories engage up to 7 areas of the human brain, stories are more memorable than facts or stats. To deliver impactful presentations, tell stories that will resonate with your audience.

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  • @Aisyah Saad Abdul Rahim We couldn't agree more and we're glad you enjoyed our infographic. You might also enjoy our blog post on The Neuroscience of Storytelling found here: http://ethr.ee/1J4NuFy too!
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  • Storytelling is one of the most powerful tool in engaging your audience. Great infographics!
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  • @Shankar Chilkunda Thank you for your thoughtful comment, Shankar! At Ethos3, we believe that with the right training, anyone can have a profound effect on their audience. We would love to offer our guidance to help you captivate your audience, just as you felt that your father did! Our blog is full of tips and tricks about presentations: http://www.ethos3.com/blog/ However, you may find our new tool, Badge (launching soon this fall), very helpful in that regard. To prevent your efforts from going unnoticed, unlock that charismatic side of yourself during your next presentation, and learn new tips that fit your custom presentation style, you may want to check out: http://ethr.ee/1Eh3q8X
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  • @Elbia Quinones Thanks so much, Elbia! We're glad you enjoyed this!
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  • Great to see the impact of story telling on audience. I have experienced it personally when my father used to captivate any audience with his "art of story telling". He was a pro. Could everyone be like that? Is this something you have in you or you don't? I have tried it personally during my presentations. I feel I am not so captivating or may even sound hollow.
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