There’s a lot that a presenter can learn from music and poetry when considering their presentation script and overall narrative. But the lesson capable of making a huge impact on a presentation is this: rhythm. On this episode of the Presentation Scientists, hosts Scott Schwertly and Gabrielle Reed take a look inside the world of rhythm and the advantages using the device can have for presenters. Here are the tactics outlined in the episode:

  1. 5-7-5 Technique
  2. Vary sentence length
  3. AB Patterns

Episode Resources:

3 Effective Rhetorical Devices You Aren’t Using in Presentations

Build Your Presentation Content Like a Cake

Storytelling Tips From John Steinbeck

Simplify Your Language to Sound Smarter in Presentations. Here’s Why.

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