Six ways you can get your audience to remember your presentation.
Current research in neuroscience has illustrated that simple repetition of information enough for the brain to grasp everything.Read More »
Our brain pays attention to silence much in the same way that we listen to sounds.
If you've been coached at all, or read up much on public speaking and delivery of presentations, you've probably heard that pacing, tone and cadence of how you deliver that speech is of an utmost importance.Read More »
The science behind what makes us feel other people's emotional states.
When we see others expressing extreme emotions (such as pain, anger, or joy) our brain has a special set of neurons (brain cells) that fire called mirror neurons.Read More »
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