SpeakerByte #27: Don’t Make Me Think

In the book, Don’t Make Me Think, author Steve Krug counsels against complicating your message. I believe most of your listeners would agree with his advice.  To help ensure your listeners can quickly and easily understand your message, try this exercise.

First, state your core message in one simple sentence; then, do everything you can to ensure your audience takes that message away from your presentation.

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One Response to SpeakerByte #27: Don’t Make Me Think

  1. Catherina Ottalagano says:

    Everyone is frightened when it comes to public speaking but with practice, speaking in front of an audience would become natural. ;

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