About being nervous or how to give birth to your alter ego

This is the fifth article in the series of six for students who want to be better at pitching their ideas. The last three articles about storytelling, props and the use of dialogue were about what you could do to mesmerize the audience through using certain means. These techniques require a great deal of practice […]


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About dialogue or how you get a brick to talk

This is the fourth article in the series of six for students who want to make an interesting pitch. In the last couple of articles, I have written about how to mesmerize your audience. Another way to ensure that they don’t fall asleep on their chairs is to activate them. Instead of looking at your […]


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About storytelling or how you help a dying dalmatian

This is the second article of six written especially for students who want to improve their pitching skills. You have probably already witnessed a ton of uninspired presentations in school. But perhaps you haven’t given it too much thought, what the difference between a good and a bad presentation is. One difference is storytelling. Once […]


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