The Secret Weapon That Will Make You and Your Business Stand Out in the War of Ideas
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1. Make stories at least 65 percent of your presentation.
2. Introduce heroes and villains.
3. If you’ve faced hardship, share it.
I'm all for sharing any hardships you've gone through.
Making two thirds of your presentation storytelling is a challenge.
It takes practice to tell stories well.