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10 Ways to Keep Your Audience's Attention

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These days there are so many people vying for our attention that it's difficult to stand out in the crowd. Here are ten ways to keep your audience engaged in everything from presentations, speeches, to online training, and remote learning.

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10 Ways to Keep Your Audience's Attention

  1. 10 Ways to Keep Your Audience’s Attention
  2. We live in a noisy world We live in a noisy world
  3. We live in a noisy world here Look Our attention is in demand Our attention is in demand
  4. We live in a noisy world here ur attention s in demand Our attention s in demand Content is more and m
  5. Content is becoming more and more bite-size
  6. So how do presenters win the battle for attention
  7. And keep audiences engaged while we’re at it
  8. Here are 10 tips
  9. TIP 1
  10. Break it down TIP1 TIP1
  11. Break it down TIP1 TIP1
  12. Ten years ago paragraphs looked like this
  13. Now they look like this
  14. We don’t like to search for a message
  15. We don’t like to search for a message
  16. This applies to presentations too
  17. Keep your notes brief
  18. And break them into small sections
  19. TIP 2
  20. TIP2 TIP2 Pa ce yourself
  21. TIP2 TIP2 Pa ce yourself
  22. Group your information into slides
  23. and pace the flow with clicks
  24. Force your audience to pay attention
  25. and don’t give away the punchline too soon
  26. TIP 3
  27. TIP3 TIP3 H a rH a r
  28. TIP3 TIP3 mH a r y omH a r y o nn
  29. This will get your speaker and your slides working together in harmony
  30. Because you can’t read and listen at the same time
  31. It’s really important to put lots of visuals on your slide
  32. And as little text as possible
  33. TIP 4
  34. i TIP4 TIP4 Target your Infor m ation
  35. i TIP4 TIP4 Target your Infor m ation
  36. Always think from the audience’s point of view and ask
  37. Why is this relevant to me?
  38. TIP 5
  39. Get Personal TIP5 TIP5
  40. TIP5 TIP5 Get Personal
  41. Tailor your content so that your audience can identify with your perspectives
  42. Empathi se with what you ’resaying
  43. Breathe a sigh of relief to know they’re not the only one that thinks that way
  44. TIP 6
  45. Be clear and concise TIP6 TIP6
  46. Be clear and concise TIP6 TIP6
  47. Be overt
  48. Be brief
  49. TIP 7
  50. r h y Get into a TIP7 TIP7
  51. r h y t h m Get into a TIP7 TIP7
  52. p a t t e r n s help us remember things andR h y t h m s
  53. Think about how you scroll on a newsfeed
  54. Think about how you scroll on a newsfeed We live in a noisy world Or flick through photos
  55. Think about how you scroll on a newsfeed This stops content
  56. TIP 8
  57. TIP8 TIP8
  58. TIP8 TIP8
  59. Recurring themes
  60. Recurring ideas
  61. Recurring characters
  62. Help things stick and keep us engaged
  63. TIP 9
  64. TIP9 TIP9
  65. TIP9 TIP9
  66. Think companies fitting together like jigsaw pieces
  67. Or popular culture references to help explain tricky concepts
  68. This helps understanding and increases retention
  69. TIP 10
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  71. TIP10 TIP10 Don’t try and change Y4 Y4 O1 O1 U1 U1R1 R1 U1 U1D2 D2I 1I 1 E1E1 E1 E1N1 N1 C3 C3 A1 A1
  72. i i i i i i Acknowledge that audiences can’t cope with too much information
  73. Don’t try and train them otherwise i i ii i
  74. TIP 1 TIP 2 TIP 3 TIP 4 TIP 5 TIP 6 TIP 7 TIP 8 TIP 9 TIP 10 Break it down Pace Yourself Harmony Target your Information Get Personal Be clear and concise Get into a rhythm Pull the threads Association Don’t try and change your audience So there you have it
  75. TIP 1 TIP 2 TIP 3 TIP 4 TIP 5 TIP 6 TIP 7 TIP 8 TIP 9 TIP 10 Break it down Pace Yourself Harmony Target your Information Get Personal Be clear and concise Get into a rhythm Pull the threads Association Don’t try and change your audience Ten tips that will make sure your audience is engaged
  76. TIP 1 TIP 2 TIP 3 TIP 4 TIP 5 TIP 6 TIP 7 TIP 8 TIP 9 TIP 10 Break it down Pace Yourself Harmony Target your Information Get Personal Be clear and concise Get into a rhythm Pull the threads Association Don’t try and change your audience For more tips like this visit BrightCarbon.com
  77. TIP 1 TIP 2 TIP 3 TIP 4 TIP 5 TIP 6 TIP 7 TIP 8 TIP 9 TIP 10 Break it down Pace Yourself Harmony Target your Information Get Personal Be clear and concise Get into a rhythm Pull the threads Association Don’t try and change your audience If you want your presentation to look like this one, get in touch here
  78. TIP 1 TIP 2 TIP 3 TIP 4 TIP 5 TIP 6 TIP 7 TIP 8 TIP 9 TIP 10 Break it down Pace Yourself Harmony Target your Information Get Personal Be clear and concise Get into a rhythm Pull the threads Association Don’t try and change your audience Content Visuals Hannah Brownlow Taavi Drell

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