Archive for the Brain Functions Category


Are you chunking your content?

In response to a question from one of my readers, here is an overview of the chunking principle and how to apply it to your content marketing. What is chunking?  That depends on whether you ask a writer or a psychologist or an adult training specialist.  It depends on whether you’re talking about a context […]

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Thoughtful Thursday: Shiny Object Syndrome

  Do you ever struggle with “Shiny Object Syndrome?” Or do you think you have “Entrepreneurial ADD?” Do you think you need more discipline to stay on track? What if I told you that chasing shiny objects is perfectly normal? Humans are naturally attracted to things that are new and different.  Our subconscious brains are programmed to notice […]

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Thoughtful Thursdays: Learning in the Digital Era

Here’s a very thoughtful slide presentation about learning and what is changing in the digital era. Take Another Look Around from Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano Discussions about learning are nothing new. But so much has changed — and continues to change at a very rapid pace — that our education system is being effected in a […]

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Why are Metaphors so powerful?

Metaphors are one of the tools I urge my clients to use in their presentations. Here’s a very short slideshow that makes great use of an overall metaphor for the theme of the whole presentation. Created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app for iPad This slideshow, created in HaikuDeck, uses a couple of really […]

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