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Make Your Presentation Memorable with Props


According to Toastmasters, listeners only retain 10% of what they’ve heard one week later.  This percentage increases to 67% when visual aids are added to the equation. This is a strong message to sellers that if you want a prospect to remember your sales presentation, demo or conversation, adding a visual or sensory component can be extremely valuable in increasing your prospect’s retention of your message. Here are some quick tips on how you can use to make your presentation memorable with props: A Prop should support your message:   Think of Wilson, the soccer ball in the movie Castaway.  The movie wasn’t about Wilson, but it furthered the story.  Similarly, your presentation should not be about the prop, but the prop should help add to the story. Choose a prop that’s relevant to your message. The first thing sellers think of when I say  visual support is PowerPoint.  Yes, it counts, Read More

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