How Much of Your Presentation Will They Remember?
The bad news for anyone delivering a presentation is that, despite all your hard work and careful choice of content to include in your presentation, most of it will go in one ear and out the other.
Researchers once ran a test to measure how much of a presenter’s message sticks in the minds of their audience. They found that immediately after a 10-minute presentation, listeners only remembered 50% of what was said. By the next day that had dropped to 25%, and a week later it was 10%.http://jackmalcolm.com/blog/2012/08/how-much-of-your-presentation-will-they-remember/
Loud & Clear: Tips to Make Him Hear You
Here’s how to ensure that what you say doesn't go in one ear and out the other.
As women, we all know how hard it is to get our men to understand us. We talk to them and then we get the stare — you know, the one that looks like we just spoke a foreign language. Either he does that or he will respond with something completely off base or something that makes you really upset. This is when the argument begins and ruins the whole night or day.