The art of making something simple to understand

Isn’t that exactly what we want to do when talking with customers or when presenting to a group? Here’s how: Clearly describe what they need to hear only; not what you think they need to know about your topic. There’s a big difference. Then gives lots of examples. They accelerate understanding, relate to people’s worlds and make the unfamiliar…familiar. Finally, make sure you provide lots of visual, even if it is a flipchart drawing. Why is it sometimes, you just get things, you understand something? These three steps will let…

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