Retail is personal. You need a connection and if you don’t you are missing the boat.
I have already talked about this subject last year to innovate.
What do you do to make it personal?
"The best time to send emails is when customers are reviewing their inboxes," the infographic says. "For maximum open and click rates choose morning and early afternoon."
I open my emails usually in the morning.
When you check your emails?
5 Powerful Ways to Open a Presentation
It’s time to get unstuck. Here are 5 powerful ways to open a presentation:
1. Use Silence
Most people won’t be able to pull this off very easily, but if you are feeling like a rockstar during your next presentation, opt for silence. Say a few words then be quiet. Say a few more words then be quiet. It’s a quick and easy way to own the room. Just make sure you can hold your composure.
2. Point to the Future or Past
I have two simple statements for you:
-Prospective (looking to the future): “30 Years from now, your job won’t exist.”
-Retrospective (looking to the past): “In 1970, Japan owned 9% of the market. Today, they own 37%.”
The reality is that looking into the future or past always sparks engagement since that’s where our hearts live.
3. Quote Someone
The easiest way to open a talk is simply to quote someone. Think about that last presenter you heard when they opened their talk with a quote from Albert Einstein or Napoleon. A quote equals instant credibility.
4. Share Something Extraordinary
I don’t know about you, but I love Snapple. Even more so, I love their bottle caps since they always share fun facts or extraordinary insight into ordinary things. Is my life going to be improved because I know how many times a bee’s wings flaps in a second? No. Is it crazy interesting? Yes.
5. Tell a Story
Here’s the amazing thing about stories: If your presentation is based solely on facts and stats then your audience is going to react in one of two ways: 1) agree or 2) disagree. However, if you tell a story, your audience will participate with you. Still not sold? Stories have been known to increase audience retention by up to 26%.
Try something new. Step outside your comfort zone.
And how do you start your presentations?
People don’t buy what you do. People buy why you do it.
You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help other people get what they want.
LinkedIn Marketing: 5 Keys to Growing Your Business on LinkedIn
I know what linkedIn was but not really gave it the intention.
When I saw this movie that it can help you to get brand, personally exposure I think differently. Because linkedIn is networking if you think logical afterwards.
So go to your account, or make one and follow these steps.
I will informed you what I’ve done.
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