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TALK•TALK• TALK to whoever wants to listen and carries your ideas further !
Make sense: „Talk “ <ul><li>“ Talk unction: verb Etymology: Middle English; akin to Old English talu tale transitive senses 1 : to deliver or express in speech : utter 2 : to make the subject of conversation or discourse : discuss < talk business > 3 : to influence , affect , or cause by talking < talked them into going> 4 : to use (a language) for conversing or communicating : speak intransitive senses 1 a : to express or exchange ideas by means of spoken words b : to convey information or communicate in any way (as with signs or sounds) <can make a trumpet talk > „ (Source: Merrian Webster) </li></ul>
Mind limits <ul><li>The Magical Number 7 , Plus or Minus Two: Some Limits on Our Capacity for Processing Information" Psychological Review, 1956, Vol. 63, Pages 81-97 </li></ul>
Mind limits extended <ul><li>Groups and order help our memory to grab more complex information and help us to remember a little more than just 7 topics in a presentation. </li></ul>
Mind unlimited <ul><li>We remember a good story, no matter how long it is. We recreate a good story. Stories combine any number of information chunks. </li></ul>
Rhythm <ul><li>Jazz, rock, classic ... not only music has a rhythm. Every piece of text, any story, any event has its rhythm. </li></ul><ul><li>Compose your presentation. </li></ul>That‘s it. Thanks for your attention Silke Schümann
FIN Author: Silke Schümann http://silkester.de & http://blog.silkester.de & Eugen-Adolff-Str. 120, 71522 Backnang, Germany Fon +49 71.91 – 91.00.91 Source of the lion: photocase.de