There is a form of storytelling that we watch, yes it is movies but we don’t do movies at work. Right ?
So, what do we do to make people see what we are saying ? Is there a way to make that happen ?
Firstly let us understand why seeing is even important?
When you make someone see something you engage that little voice in their head that is constantly saying ( whilst you are talking to them ), ” How long is this going to take and when can I get back to my emails ? ”
Watch this entertaining and insightful clip ( 5 mins 2 secs ) on Vision based on John Medina’s Brain Rule #10: Vision trumps all other senses
Clearly vision is important.
But how can you make someone see something without pictures just with the help of your words?
One of the trick that I have used to make people see what I am saying is
Talk about a place that your audience know how it looks
Eg, I was standing in emergency ward of the hospital, We were in small boardroom with 15 people all leaning over each other.
Here is an under 60 Sec Video in which I have explained this
"I attended your story telling course some time back. And I've enjoyed keeping up my knowledge with your blog. You may not have realised however, that the Whole of Government is implementing Internet Seperation. Hence I'm not able to access the links to read your articles. Could I suggest including a QR code in your emails so that I can use my mobile to scan it and gain immediate access to the article? It would be most helpful"