During my profession as a motivational speaker, a lot of my followers have come up and asked me what makes me a great motivational speaker. In this post, I share an infographic by the London Speaker Bureau that clearly defines how to become a good keynote speaker.
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Although a Powerpoint presentation is a very important tool for any keynote speaker, using it judiciously is an art. My audience always experiences my key notes with very little help from presentations. Here is an infographic from Udemy that details how you can make your ppt presentation effective.
Excellent infographic for anyone looking to enhance their chances of success at job interviews. Great resource for trainers too.
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Dr. Howard Gardner proposed the theory of multiple intelligences in his book Frames of Mind in 1983. Gardner categorized human intelligence into three buckets, and his theory has enabled psychologists and educators to look at the skills of an individual beyond the measure of their IQ levels.
Simerjeet Singh uses Gardner’s theory to make his keynote speeches, workshops and seminars more effective.
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We all know that feeling – there is no time!! But when you look at your day, nothing seems to have been done!
Some of my students in my time management workshops and seminars have asked me how they can improve their performance within a given time period.
And this infographic explains it beautifully.
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Peter Drucker said it best when he said “Time is the scarcest resource, and unless it is managed, nothing else can be managed”. As a corporate trainer and motivational speaker, I help individuals and businesses grow. And one of the most significant elements of this growth equation lies in how well the individual or enterprise is managing its time. I’ve always believed that Time Management is as much about a To Don’t List as it is about a To Do list. Yet we often fail to identify the factors which should be on our To Don’t List. Given that we are managing a perishable, finite resource, I think it makes perfect sense to spend time identifying the Time Killers and then ruthlessly killing them. This infographic (courtesy of Office Time) lists the top time killers and how to fight back.
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Professor Teresa Amabile, Professor of Business Administration in the Entrepreneurial Management Unit at Harvard Business School has spent the better part of her professional life researching creativity and innovation. As per her research, there are 3 components of creativity – 1. Expertise 2. Creative Thinking Skills and 3. Intrinsic task motivation.
She also says that a ‘highly intrinsically motivated individual is likely to draw skills from other domains or apply great effort to acquiring necessary skills in the target domain. In other words, Professor Teresa’s research backs up my long held view on the subject of creative breakthroughs and aha moments – that it is the desire to overcome a clear and present challenge that fuels creativity and leads to major breakthroughs.
The info-graphic in this post has been created by Anna Vital of Funders and Founders.com and it beautifully captures the aha moments of various entrepreneurs and inventors. Want to experience an Aha moment yourself? Then look for the most persistent problems around you and experiment with new out of the solutions and Do NOT be afraid to fail.