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Pip’s Practical Prompts Newsletter Sent by Charles Burdett   Leadership Team questions No team is perfect but should strive to answer 'yes' to 4 simple questions: 1. Are opinions openly shared? 2. Are meetings productive? 3. Are decisions made efficiently? 4. Are...

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Pip’s Practical Prompts Newsletter Sent by Charles Burdett UX Design Avoid overload Users think they want more information and choices but actually feel overwhelmed when it's presented to them. Great UX design knows this and only utilises the necessary information.  (Share this...

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Pip’s Practical Prompts Newsletter Sent by Charles Burdett Storytelling Why do I care? ”Why do I care?” is the question your audience will subconsciously ask as they experience your story. The best answer? It's relatable. (Share this on Twitter) Leadership Super leaders...

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Pip’s Practical Prompts Newsletter Sent by Charles Burdett Storytelling 3 simple elements The best stories have: 1. Protagonists that relate to us 2. Conflicts that grip us 3. Emotions that move us Harness these 3 simple elements, and your stories will be...

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Pip’s Practical Prompts Newsletter Sent by Charles Burdett Storytelling Stories are in your DNA “Story, as it turns out, was crucial to our evolution -- more so than opposable thumbs. Opposable thumbs let us hang on; story told us what to hang...

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Pip’s Practical Prompts Newsletter Sent by Charles Burdett Storytelling Mine your experiences The best way to teach is by telling a story about a transformative moment in your life when you learnt a lesson. If you don’t think your life is interesting...

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Pip’s Practical Prompts Newsletter Sent by Charles Burdett Storytelling Go with the flow Know where your story is going, but don't be precious about the destination. If you're rigid about the ending of your story, you miss the chance for some inspired...

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Pip’s Practical Prompts Newsletter Sent by Charles Burdett Storytelling Bring the energy A story with no stakes is like a car with no engine...it’ll go nowhere.   (Share this on Twitter) Leadership It’s all about trust Trust your team. Let them do...

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Pip’s Practical Prompts Newsletter Sent by Charles Burdett Storytelling The end Meandering endings kill the momentum of your story. Avoid: • Summarising every plot point • Over-explaining the lessons of the story • Detailing what happened to each character Once you've reached...

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Pip’s Practical Prompts Newsletter Sent by Charles Burdett Storytelling This is your moment Stand up when you're telling a story. When you sit, you confine yourself to a smaller space. Don't be afraid to be seen! Stand proudly and use the space...

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Pip’s Practical Prompts Newsletter Sent by Charles Burdett Storytelling Your story is the thing Minimise distractions when public speaking. It might be tempting to utilise video, images and sound within your presentation, but often they'll detract from your story. Keep them at...

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Pip’s Practical Prompts Newsletter Sent by Charles Burdett Storytelling Message matters  Know what you want to say with your story. A clear message gives your story focus — it helps you decide what is essential and what isn't. But don't worry if...

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