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Garr Reynolds advises: forget the structure – be authentic!

Sticky | Februar 16, 2016

Storytelling is currently on everyone’s lips – it´s a very old technique. Because people have always told stories. Why is currently this method so popular – particularly in marketing? Presentation expert Garr Reynolds tells you about this. He explains in an interview with Matthias Garten, why the thoughts about the proper structure should be ignored and why many life experiences are the key to success. You can experience this and much more in the Video.

 

Interview zwischen Garr Reynolds und Matthias Garten

Garr Reynolds is an internationally acclaimed communications consultant and the author of best-selling books including the award-winning Presentation Zen, Presentation Zen Design, and the Naked Presenter. Garr’s approach to communication takes the principles and lessons from the Zen arts in Japan to reveal simple, concrete tips for communicating — and living — better. His fresh approach has inspired millions to communicate more clearly, creatively, and visually. An award-winning designer, writer, and musician, he currently holds the position of Professor of Management and Design at Kansai Gaidai University. Garr is a former corporate trainer for Sumitomo Electric Industries in Osaka, and the former Manager for Worldwide User Group Relations at Apple, Inc. in Silicon Valley.

 

Matthias Garten is an expert of multimedia presentations. He is businessman, speaker (TOP 100 Speaker), trainer (TOP 100 Excellence Trainer), author of various books, presentation coach (presentation training), a member of the GSA and the club 55, organizer of the presentation conference, the presentation bootcamp and presentation rocket day. In addition to PowerPoint and presentation trainings, he inspires and advises companies to present themselves in a more effective way and to stand out as competitors. He is proprietor of the presentation and PowerPoint agency Smavicon Best Business Presentations and has created with his team since 1993 over 10,000 presentations for over 150 industries.

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