1 You tend to confuse people or make things sound more complicated than they really are.
ISSUE: CONVEYING ESSENTIALS
FIND HELP: page 65
2 You use additional words to convey ideas instead of using visuals
ISSUE: THE EYES TRUMP THE EARS—SHOW CONTRAST
FIND HELP: page 74
3 Your PowerPoint slides are packed with text, text, and more text.
Are You a Weak Conveyor?
ISSUE: THE EYES TRUMP THE EARS—RETHINK POWERPOINT
FIND HELP: page 76
4 You haven't discovered the right social media tools to convey your messages.
ISSUE: THE EYES TRUMP THE EARS—LINK IT, MOVE IT, USE SOCIAL MEDIA
FIND HELP: page 79
5 You give people numerous options to choose from—and they often seem stuck.
ISSUE: TALK IN TRIPLETS—PRELOAD THREE CHOICES
FIND HELP: page 85
6 You're fact-driven and tend to dive into details, or you pile on numerous points in an effort to be comprehensive and cover all the bases.
ISSUE: TALK IN TRIPLETS—THINK NARROW AND DEEP
FIND HELP: page 86
7 You save the best for last.
ISSUE: TALK IN TRIPLETS—DESIRED CHOICE FIRST
FIND HELP: page 89
8 It's unusual for you to share success stories or reveal positive anecdotes.
ISSUE: TELL STORIES—SUCCESS STORIES
FIND HELP: page 93
9 When you tell stories, people get lost because your stories tend to be drawn-out or convoluted.
ISSUE: TELL STORIES—THINK SIMPLE AND SPRY
FIND HELP: page 95
10 You sound stiff when you deliver stories or presentations.
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ISSUE: TELL STORIES—DELIVER WITH PLANNED ...