Humor breaks down walls, shows personality a.k.a. shows a brand's human side. Humor is attention-grabbing. It is naturally colorful and original. People love to spread laughter. Making your campaign humorous will ensure it is shared more. Any message imbued with humor will be easier for your target demographics to remember.
To remember to floss your teeth, put the box with the floss on top of your tube of toothpaste. To remember to take a pill each morning, put the pills next to whatever you usually eat for breakfast. To start the day by writing, put a piece of paper with a reminder on top of your keyboard. You can use your watch as a reminder to take things easy, so that every time you look at it you remember to relax a little.
Arrange and re-arranged your message onto the 9-up format - same size as sticky notes, until you are happy with the flow. Solicit feedback from effective presenters that you trust to give honest, unfiltered feedback on your narrative and slides. Rehearse with a great (honest) communicator - a coach that is not afraid to speak up. Make sure you articulate each point clearly. Your audience should understand what’s magnificent about your big idea. Practice with a clock counting up the minutes, to know how much you're over. Only then trim it down. Once you're within the timeframe, practice with a clock counting down. Know roughly where you should be at 6, 12 and 18 minutes. Be noteworthy. Let your coach jot down what you say well and what you don’t. Don’t be camera shy. Talk to the camera like there are humans on the other side of it. Practice by videotaping yourself. Do one more FULL timed rehearsal right before you walk on stage. Pick two natural places you could stop in your talk, then demarcate those as possible endings. You can then stop at your first ending point if you run over your time.
The length of meditation will impact on how successful it will be. One study reported 5 hours' worth of meditation over a two-week period was enough for smokers to reduce their intake. Another study noted that regular 30 minutes meditation sessions can increase the density of brain matter in areas associated with memory, stress and empathy.
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