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- Using Psychology & Neuroscience to End a Presentation.
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Monthly Archives: December 2018
Say “Goodbye” to Bullet points. Say “Hello” to Transmediation (and Effective & Memorable Communication).
The objective of any communication is normally to ensure that the message sent from the sender is the same message that is received by the receptor. However, frequently it appears that this does not happen: people are often “too busy” … Continue reading