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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About dialogue or how you avoid talking to a wall

This is the third bite-sized article in the series of six made especially for teachers in innovation classes that involve students pitching their ideas. You know the scenario from the classroom. A group of pupils is sharing their knowledge, pitching at the blackboard, while you, the motivated teacher, is following along with great interest – […]


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