Need to present some data? About the best way you can do that is to use a data visualisation.
Most often, a dataviz is simply a chart. But you might choose to use something less mainstream, like a heatmap.
Whatever type of dataviz you choose, I suggest you use this 3‑step method for making your dataviz more effective:
When you share data – in a slideshow, a dashboard, or a written report – how can you give your message impact? (You know, so you persuade people that it’s a big deal, and so they act on your message.)
To help you do that, you’ll find 3 powerful steps in this post and my next:
Step 1’s the key (and the easiest)
Step 1’s the key (and the easiest), and step 3’s perhaps the most advanced – which is why I’ve put them in that order.
If you’ve read my last post, you’ll know I was inspired by Aaron Beverly (World Champion of Public Speaking 2019) to write a self-critique of one of my talks.
In today’s post, I discuss what are (to me) the strongest aspects and weakest aspects of my talk.
Why not watch my 5-minute presentation below, and judge for yourself?
Then, feel free to share your viewpoint in the comment box at the bottom of this post.
Here’s what you’ll find in the rest of this post – you can click any of these links to skip ahead: